Projecting Which Offseason Signings Will Be Biggest Bargains in 2014

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Projecting Which Offseason Signings Will Be Biggest Bargains in 2014
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The Angels signed IbaƱez to a one-year, $2.75 million deal after he hit 29 homers in 2013.

Marlon Byrd, Bartolo Colon, Scott Feldman, Francisco Liriano, Mike Napoli, Hyun-jin Ryu and Koji Uehara all signed free-agent deals last offseason. All seven made the general manager who signed them look like a genius because their performances far exceeded their contracts.

Which free-agent signees from this offseason will be part of the "Biggest Bargains" group for 2014? Here are my top seven picks. 

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