This is the struggle of the Tampa Bay Rays. When they assemble talent, it eventually disperses throughout the league in free agency as they struggle to re-sign their players to multi-year contracts.
Carl Crawford left for Boston, BJ Upton is expected to command five years at over $10 million per year and even Jeff Keppinger is drawing significant free-agent attention.
So far, this has only negatively impacted the Tampa Bay batting order; however, it will eventually seep into their pitching staff unless they cash in some of their high end pitching (which they have a surplus of) for younger prospects.
Here are three different players that the Rays could deal this offseason.