The offseason just kicked off. And while there hasn’t been a monumental free-agent signing or a blockbuster trade, it’s inevitable that the first domino will fall soon.

And as soon as players are on the move, fans and owners naturally begin to critique general managers.

Going into the 2014 season, a lot is on the line for several general managers. For instance, Los Angeles Angels GM Jerry Dipoto signed Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton to a combined $365 million over the past two offseasons. Despite the sizable investment, both players have been complete duds, which also puts Dipoto’s job security into question.

Read on to see all the MLB general managers on the hot seat this winter.


All statistics and salary information sourced from Baseball-Reference, FanGraphs and Baseball Prospectus.

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