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2014 MLB Free Agents: Position by Position Rankings
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Choo could top $100 million in free agency.

The free-agent market will officially be opening for business at the conclusion of the World Series, and there is no shortage of impact players who will be available.

While no pitcher will come close to Zack Greinke's six-year, $147 million deal he signed last winter, more teams will be in the mix for the top free-agent pitchers because they aren't expected to command a nine-figure contract.

And while only Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano will eclipse Josh Hamilton's five-year, $125 million deal, there are at least a dozen free-agent position players who'll command big contracts and fill key roles on whichever team signs them. 

Here are the top five free agents at each position. The player's age as of Opening Day 2014 is listed in parentheses. 

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