Even though there are still a few big prizes left on the free-agent market, most Major League Baseball teams have done the bulk of their winter shopping already and are making final preparations for the 2014 season.

What better time to take a look back at what has happened on the hot stove?

It’s time to hand out grades for all 30 teams based on what they have or haven’t done this winter. Keep in mind that some of these marks can still move up, depending on what happens with key players like Masahiro Tanaka, Ubaldo Jimenez and Ervin Santana.

Grades are based on a variety of factors, including quality of player signed, how well the player is likely to hold value over the duration of the contract signed, how well teams have filled needs and trade/financial value.

Just because a team has signed/traded for two or three marquee players does not automatically generate an “A” grade.

Now that you know the formula, it’s time to dive into the offseason grades for all 30 teams.


Note: All stats courtesy of FanGraphs and Baseball Reference unless otherwise noted.

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