MLB FAs Who Won't Get as Much Interest as Their Agents Tell Them

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MLB FAs Who Won't Get as Much Interest as Their Agents Tell Them
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With this offseason's free-agency market ramping up in advance of the upcoming winter meetings, fanbases all over the country are speculating on which top players might make their way into their team's lineup.

A number of top players are set to ink huge deals and will no doubt instantly change the face of any franchise they sign with.

Behind all of these lucrative deals lies an agent that's put in countless hours of work in determining their client's worth, and then seeking out the best situation to get it.

Their job will always entail bringing home the biggest payday, but in some cases, agents can also paint pictures of false hopes that inevitably force players to settle for less than they were led to expect.

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