The 10 Worst MLB Free-Agent Signings in History

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The 10 Worst MLB Free-Agent Signings in History
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Where does Alex Rodriguez's signing rank on the all-time list?

Every year, an MLB team pays more for a player than they're actually worth.

This year, players like Michael Bourn and Rafael Soriano could actually get contracts worth more than they are simply because of supply and demand. However, in the past, there have been certain players that have received outrageous contracts that even made that team's fans scratch their head.

Last year, it was Heath Bell getting an enormous contract from the Miami Marlins. This year, it could be...well, only time will tell.

In fact, give it another year or two, and Bell could find himself on this list depending on what he does over the next two seasons.

Here's a look at the 10 worst MLB free-agent signings in history.

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