Suffice it to say, the 2014 MLB free-agent market is getting thin.
Sure, Nelson Cruz is still available. Plus, a number of front-line starters are still unaccounted for as the Masahiro Tanaka posting saga has held up the entire market for starting pitchers. Of course, all of those players are expected to command top dollar.
However, there are also quality contributors to be acquired at bargain prices. Many of them are bullpen options and bench bats, but there are even a few All-Stars in the mix.
Here's a rundown of the top 10 low-risk, high-reward MLB free agents still on the open market.
Note: All stats via Baseball-Reference.com unless otherwise noted.