2014 MLB Offseason Awards: Best and Worst Contracts, Signings, Trades

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2014 MLB Offseason Awards: Best and Worst Contracts, Signings, Trades
Associated Press
The Nationals' acquisition of Doug Fister could play a huge part in a potential playoff run in 2014.

The New York Yankees dominated the offseason, not only with their acquisition of four elite players to help a decimated roster, but the Alex Rodriguez saga also took up a good chunk of headline space until it finally came to a conclusion last month—he ultimately had his 211-game suspension reduced but will still miss the entire 2014 season.

Other playoff hopefuls, such as the Atlanta Braves, Cincinnati Reds and Pittsburgh Pirates, were relatively quiet while the Seattle Mariners, hoping to avoid a fifth consecutive losing season, made the biggest free-agent splash of the winter.

Offseason plans, while not executed as well as a front office had hoped in some cases, have been completed for all 30 MLB teams, and it's now time to hand out the awards for the best and worst free-agent signings, trades and contracts.

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