Picking the 'All-Underpaid Team' of the MLB Offseason

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Picking the 'All-Underpaid Team' of the MLB Offseason
Considering his age and offensive production, Mark Reynolds should have been able to secure a multi-year deal. Al Bello/Getty Images

MLB teams have been particularly generous this offseason to free agents and arbitration-eligible players. Still, underpaid exceptions can be found at each position.

Some of them declined to sign with the highest bidder, choosing comfort and/or playoff contention over guaranteed dollars.

Meanwhile, individuals at the mercy of club options or stuck in arbitration will play on one-year contracts. Each is itching to reach the open market or agree to terms on a fair extension.

Other bargains always emerge as spring training approaches, but for the time being, the following players will provide the best bang for the buck.

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