It was a productive offseason for Tampa Bay Rays general manger Andrew Friedman, as he significantly bolstered the team's offense and organizational depth.
The Rays made headlines this winter when they pulled off a huge blockbuster with Kansas City, trading away James Shields and Wade Davis for a talented haul of prospects which included Wil Myers. Tampa Bay also filled in some crucial holes on its roster via free agency, signing James Loney to play first base and Yunel Escobar for shortstop.
Of course, some acquisitions haven't turned out to be as good as others, but at the end of the day, it was a successful offseason for the Rays.
Here's my updated evaluation and grading on every offseason signee.