Predicting 5 Players Who Will Be Best Bargains of 2014 Free-Agent Class

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Predicting 5 Players Who Will Be Best Bargains of 2014 Free-Agent Class

Free agency has a way of making some general managers look smart and some look dumb.

The recent signings of Albert Pujols and B.J. Upton have come back to bite the Los Angeles Angels and Atlanta Braves in the rear ends, making both GMs look bad for those signings.

Then there's the signings of Fernando Rodney (Tampa Bay Rays) and Koji Uehara (Boston Red Sox) that have given their teams a lot of bang for their buck. Rodney signed for two years and $4.25 million in 2012, while Uehara signed for two years and $9.25 million prior to this season.

Both signings worked for their teams and showed those GMs could get the most bang for their buck.

So, what players will be the best bargains of this year's class? Here's a look at a number of players who will fit that category on this year's market.

 

Note: All stats obtained from Baseball-Reference.com unless otherwise noted.

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