Over the past week, a flurry of free agents were gobbled up by major league teams.
The likes of Ricky Nolasco, Phil Hughes, Dan Haren and Manny Parra were all inked to a wide range of deals. But as the chips continue to fall, the market for the remaining players will adjust accordingly.
For instance, now that there are less starting pitchers on the market, perhaps even Ervin Santana’s demand for a mammoth five-year, $112 million contract seems more reasonable to particular pitching-deprived team. And while Carlos Beltran is old at 36, his list of suitors might be longer than Robinson Cano’s.
Read for updates regarding MLB’s top-10 remaining free agents.