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FanPost Friday: Are you satisfied with your team’s winter so far?

Some franchise were more active than others, but that doesn’t always equate to a good thing.

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Welcome to FanPost Friday at MLB Daily Dish. Each Friday we’ll offer you up a prompt to gush about on our FanPost section, for better or for worse. If we really love your argument, we’ll make sure your post sees the front page of our site. Here’s this week’s prompt:

With every passing day, the beginning of the 2018 season draws closer to us. While there’s still work to be done, and a lot of time to do so, we’ve seen a lot of money change hands. The offseason started with a bang when Miami sent Giancarlo Stanton to the Yankees. Despite the mounting, palpable tension felt this winter that could largely be attributed to the free agent market, the amount of signings was more like a trickle than the rush we were expecting. It made for a frustrating few months, some having much more anger than others.

Between fans that are content with their franchise’s offseason philandering and fans that are frustrated that their team isn’t doing enough to win, there’s quite the season ahead of us at all angles. That brings us to this week’s question: Which side of the line do you fall on?

What do you think of the moves (or lack there of) that your team made this winter so far? Will they accomplish anything for this season or were they frivolous moves? What could the franchise have done better? In a perfect world, what would your team’s winter have looked like?

Answer this question in a FanPost here and let us know how you feel about the way your team handled the offseason and your writing could end up featured on our front page.