Monday saw a pair of big trades pulled off in MLB, as the Orioles sent closer Jim Johnson to the A’s for second baseman Jemile Weeks and the Tigers shipped right-hander Doug Fister to the Nationals for a package of three players.

The A’s found a replacement for Grant Balfour while the Orioles were able to shed his contract without having to non-tender him. In the other deal, the Nationals bolstered their already deep rotation while the Tigers freed up more money while adding talent in the process.

As with any trade, there are inevitably winners and losers on both sides, so here is a look at who emerged as the early winners and losers of both the Jim Johnson and Doug Fister trades.

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