As the baseball offseason continues, teams are signing players in an attempt to improve their clubs. In a sport where one signing can turn an entire team around, there just aren't as many high-impact players available this offseason.
Jayson Werth (seven years, $125 million) signed with the Washington Nationals. Carl Crawford (seven years, $142 million) signed with the Boston Red Sox, who also acquired first baseman Adrian Gonzalez from the San Diego Padres via trade.
Of course the biggest move this offseason is Cliff Lee's return to Philadelphia, leaving two years and at least $20 million on the table.
While it's not even Christmas yet and there is still a lot of offseason to go, let's take a look and see what teams are most improved so far.
The list starts from least improved to most improved. It is not a list to determine the best teams in baseball, so there are good teams towards the bottom simply because they haven't improved much so far.