5 MLB Teams Greatly Overvaluing the Talent on Their Rosters

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5 MLB Teams Greatly Overvaluing the Talent on Their Rosters
The Colorado Rockies value center fielder Dexter Fowler too much. No other teams have met their asking price. Jennifer Stewart-USA TODAY Sports

MLB teams typically use the offseason to make personnel changes that either address weaknesses or strengthen what's been working. These five teams overvalue the talent on their rosters and seem reluctant to bring in new faces.

That mindset puts the following clubs at a competitive disadvantage because they tend to overpay for familiar players. In other cases, the front offices neglect reputable free agents and insist that a homegrown guy can be just as successful.

As a result, each would disappoint if the 2013 season began today.

With an objective perspective, it's easy to see the error of their ways.

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