Using the term "bargain" as an adjective for anything in regards to the Boston Red Sox just feels wrong to write. However, with the team holding its spending to a minimal this offseason, a winter of frivolous spending has escaped the brass on Yawkey Way.
We have reached a point during the winter whereby most of the eye-popping contracts have been signed and what is left are solid players hoping for a modest payday.
This is exactly where the Red Sox could make their proverbial splash.
It was obvious that the team was not going to shell out loads of cash for C.J. Wilson. As much as I personally wanted to see them make an offer to Mark Buehrle, it became clear that they were never serious suitors for his services either.
While the Red Sox have been kicking tires and making offers on the trade market, true value is still out there to be had with free agency. Moves can be made that could afford the Sox the luxury of keeping the prospects they still have (for now) while filling out the rotation and bullpen.
Here is a look at six potential pitchers that the Red Sox could add to their roster for the right price.