MLB Free Agency: Analyzing How Much Money Each Team Still Has Left to Spend

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MLB Free Agency: Analyzing How Much Money Each Team Still Has Left to Spend
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Baseball fans have gotten a taste of what has been cooking on the hot stove thus far this winter.

We have witnessed history being made, as Zack Greinke signed a six-year, $147 million contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers, making him the highest paid right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball history.

Other free agents such as Torii Hunter, Melky Cabrera, Mike Napoli and Brandon McCarthy have all found new homes as well.

Still, several big names remain on the market. That same market has its fair share of money left to be spent as well.

Here is a look into each team's 2012 MLB Opening Day payroll, as well as how much they have on the books for 2013 and their anticipated Opening Day payroll.

 

NOTE: 2012 team Opening Day payroll figures care of USA Today, while the 2013 current payroll obligations provided by Baseball Prospectus and the 2013 projections provided by Baseball Reference.

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