2014 MLB Free Agency: Stock Up, Stock Down for 10 2014 FAs

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2014 MLB Free Agency: Stock Up, Stock Down for 10 2014 FAs
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Ellsbury ran wild yesterday with five stolen bases against the Phillies, but his stock is down until he can show some more power.

The competition to be the second-best free agent behind Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano this upcoming offseason is two months in, and there are no clear-cut answers as of yet. Injuries to Matt Garza and Josh Johnson and Tim Lincecum's continued decline from his former dominant self have the starting pitching market full of question marks. 

Adam Wainwright of the Cardinals would've easily been the top starting pitcher had he not agreed to a five-year, $97.5 million contract extension in early April. And as crazy as it sounds, Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez might've been in line to receive the next highest contract for a position player behind Cano. The 27-year-old, who agreed to a three-year, $24 million contract extension before the season, is on pace for a 30-30 season (30 HR, 30 SB). 

Here's a look at five soon-to-be free agents whose stock has risen the most and five whose stock has dropped the most. 

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