MLB offseason dominoes: How the rest of winter will play out based on which star signs first

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The offseason is complicated. Front offices have to adjust on the fly and have a backup plan to the backup plan. One signing affects another. Maybe the player you want prefers to play somewhere else. There are always surprise signings that disrupt the market and the predictions. Now that we're starting to see action this offseason -- the Braves (Charlie Morton, Drew Smyly) and White Sox (Lance Lynn, Adam Eaton) in particular have made some moves -- let's have a little fun and play a little dominoes. We'll present three scenarios and speculate how one signing can affect what comes next.