The good ... and the bad from '05
Steve Phillips lists this year's best and worst offseason moves, and points out the top free agents for '06.
Following are the 10 offseason moves that have worked out the best and the 10 that have worked out the worst.
1. Pedro Martinez, New York Mets: Martinez has been everything the Mets desired when they signed him. He has been the stopper. The day he pitches is an event in New York. Despite the fact that his hip has bothered him and the Mets have massaged his time between starts, he has logged innings and been very productive.
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