MLB Free Agency: Dumbest Signings So Far

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterNovember 29, 2012

The Hot Stove is bound to cook up some unpalatable dishes every now and again, and we've already got a few of them on a platter.

It’s still very early in the offseason, so rest assured the list of free-agent signings we didn’t like is only going to grow; the next awful contract is just around the corner.

As we wait for the next wave of ugly deals, we'll take a look at some early gambles in MLB free agency. From a hitter banned last year for PEDs to a mediocre pitcher landing with a team desperate for arms, we have you covered.

Join MLB Lead Writer Zach Rymer and MLB Contributor Gabe Zaldivar as they break down the early free-agent signings that were pure duds.

Let your voice be heard on all the ridiculous money exchanging hands. Keep the debate lively in the comments section below.

Follow Zach at: @zachrymer

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