As the MLB Hot Stove climbs toward its boiling point, a number of teams are surely going to be in the hunt for some solid arms. Fortunately, this year's free-agent class has plenty of viable hurlers available. From solid starters to reliable closers, any pitching needs should be able to be filled.
In a move that everyone saw coming, so many eyes are going to be on right-hander Zack Greinke. The 2009 AL Cy Young Award winner is going to receive a bevy of offers, but will his well-documented struggles with anxiety play a role in his decision as to whether or not he plays in a small or large market?
On the relief pitchers' side, where will Rafael Soriano end up after saving 42 games for the New York Yankees in place of the injured Mariano Rivera?
Needless to say, MLB free agency this season is going to see a lot of pitchers signing new deals and when it comes to a few, the bidding could reach warlike intensity.