With just about a month remaining until pitchers and catchers start reporting to spring training, one thing has become increasingly clear for Shaun Marcum and those players still without a contract for the 2013 season.
Time is running out.
Whether it's age, injury history, personalities or draft pick compensation required to sign them, there are a handful of players still available as free agents who can step in and help a team win games in 2013 and beyond.
These players belong on major league rosters, and chances are that they all will find a new home—but it will be on a deal that doesn't reach their true market value.
Let's take a look at the impact, undervalued, free agents who very well could be forced to settle for a one-year deal and go through the free agency process all over again in 2014.