The MLB offseason has come to an end, as all 30 MLB teams have reported to spring training and preseason games are set to kick off next week.
It was an eventful offseason, headlined by the Seattle Mariners signing of Robinson Cano, the New York Yankees spending big on a handful of guys (including Japanese right-hander Masahiro Tanaka) and several free agents struggling to find homes after receiving qualifying offers.
In fact, right-hander Ervin Santana, shortstop Stephen Drew, outfielder Nelson Cruz and first baseman Kendrys Morales are still without homes at the start of spring training.
Where those four wind up could certainly change things, but here is a look at how all 30 MLB teams graded out this offseason. Think of a grade of "C" as being neutral—meaning the team has not gotten any better or any worse this offseason—with the rest of the grades stemming out from there.
*All stats courtesy of Baseball-Reference, unless otherwise noted.