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Updating the Top MLB Players Who Could Be Dealt This Spring
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You won't find Tampa Bay's David Price on this list of MLB players who could be dealt this spring.

Back in January, Price told the Tampa Bay Times' Marc Topkin that he believed if he made it to spring training with the Rays, he'd still be a Ray on Opening Day. I agree with him, especially in light of Jeremy Hellickson's subsequent elbow surgery, which is expected to keep him out until at least May.

While Price appears to be safe, other players that have been subject to trade rumors this winter can't speak with the same level of confidence.

As spring training continues to unfold, teams will be looking to fill holes, upgrade their rosters and, in some cases, shed a veteran (and his salary) to make room for a youngster that impresses in camp.

Which players could find themselves playing elsewhere on Opening Day?

Let's take a look.

 

 

Unless otherwise noted, all statistics courtesy of FanGraphsAll contract information courtesy of Cot's Contracts.

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