January 17, 2006

All of the Children Are Below Average

FoxSports.com's Dayn Perry has handed out off-season grades for every team in baseball, and it looks like he graded on a tough curve: Only one team (the White Sox) gets an A, along with three B-pluses, three B's, and one B-minus; the remaining 22 teams all get a C+ or worse, including everyone in the NL besides the D-Backs, Dodgers, Padres, and Brewers.

Could everyone really have done that bad, or does every player every team signed or traded for suck that much?

Posted by Stephen Silver at January 17, 2006 04:15 PM
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