Where Does the 2014 MLB Free-Agency Class Rank Among Last 10 Years?

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Where Does the 2014 MLB Free-Agency Class Rank Among Last 10 Years?
Cano is the top player in a very solid 2014 free agent class.

While this year's class of free agents appears relatively thin in some areas, particularly in the middle infield and third base, it's a strong group overall, with catching, outfield, pitching depth and a handful of superstars that will command deals worth $100 million or more. 

But compared to free-agent classes of recent history, how does it stack up? 

Starting with the 2005 group and including this year's class, I've ranked the past 10 based on how it would've been viewed at the time and not on how well they have performed. 

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