The 2014 MLB Offseason All-Underpaid Team

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The 2014 MLB Offseason All-Underpaid Team
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We've seen a lot of money going from MLB clubs to free agents this offseason, a reflection of the league's booming economic growth and record revenues. And some of the biggest deals haven't even been signed yet, as teams and top free-agent pitchers await the results of the Masahrio Tanaka sweepstakes.

Big contracts are the typical topic of discussion this time of year, but the best moves are ones that often go unnoticed until the season plays out. (Oh, they signed him this offseason? And he only cost that much?)

It's getting harder and harder to find underpaid players in today's landscape of rising contracts, but here's one for each position, based upon deals that were inked or options that were exercised this winter.


All stats courtesy of Baseball Reference and all salary info via Cot's Baseball Contracts, unless otherwise noted.

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