2014 MLB Free Agency: Best Bargains Still Available on the Market

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2014 MLB Free Agency: Best Bargains Still Available on the Market
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Corey Hart should come at a discounted rate despite his .830 OPS and 24 homers per season since 2007.

Of the free-agent signings thus far, there are certainly a couple that could turn out to be bargains. If Josh Johnson (San Diego Padres) and Chris Young (New York Mets) return to form, they'll be well worth the one-year deals at the cost of $8 million and $7.25 million, respectively.

Same for David Murphy, who signed a two-year, $12 million deal with the Cleveland Indians, and LaTroy Hawkins, who will cost the Colorado Rockies no more than $2.5 million to at least start the season as their closer.

Here are five more potential bargains still available on the free-agent market. 

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