From the Chicago Cubs bringing in Joe Maddon to the Toronto Blue Jays handing out a monster deal to Russell Martin, MLB teams have made some good decisions and some not-so-good ones this offseason.

What follows is a look around the league at the best and worst moves that each squad has made so far. In certain cases, “best” and “worst” were relative terms.

Simply put, some teams didn’t make any deals that can truly be described as “bad.” On the other side of the spectrum, some clubs didn’t make any decisions that can truly be labeled “good.”

For the New York Yankees, Baltimore Orioles and others, the “worst” move was that the teams just haven’t done enough this winter. For the Washington Nationals and Cincinnati Reds, the “worst” move referred to the failure to reach new agreements with stars who could soon head out of town. 

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