Spring training is upon us, and that means it’s time for UmpBump’s annual Hot Offseason Action series, where we analyze the winter trades and signings and determine which teams came out on top.

This post will serve as an index of all 30 HOA posts, as they are completed, so feel free to bookmark it. Alternatively, you can sign up for our RSS feed (over there on the right).

Previous editions: 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010.


April 14 – Toronto Blue Jays: A+
April 13 – Chicago White Sox: B-
April 8 – San Diego Padres: C
April 3 – San Francisco Giants: F
April 3 – Boston Red Sox: A-
April 2 – Florida Marlins: C+
April 2 – Los Angeles Dodgers: D
March 30 – Philadelphia Phillies: B
March 9 – Minnesota Twins: C+
March 6 – Washington Nationals: C
March 4 – Atlanta Braves: A-
March 3 – Cleveland Indians: D
February 16  – Milwaukee Brewers: B
February 17 – Tampa Bay Rays: B+
February 21 – Baltimore Orioles: B-
February 21 – Texas Rangers: B

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