Grading Big-Money MLB Free Agents' 1st Impressions on Their New Teams

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Grading Big-Money MLB Free Agents' 1st Impressions on Their New Teams
Jae C. Hong
How did $240 million man Robinson Cano fare in his first week as a Mariner?

We're still in the "WARNING: SMALL SAMPLE SIZES" portion of the MLB season. But after a full (business) week's worth of action, we can at least round up our first impressions.

And if we're going to do that, man, you know we have to start with the players who were paid the big bucks over the offseason.

Per MLBTradeRumors.com's transaction tracker, there were 10 domestic free agents and two more international free agents who signed for at least $45 million over the winter. That makes a dozen big-money guys worth looking at, and all 12 of them have fortunately gotten a chance to give a first impression.

This being the Internet, the only thing to do is grade these first impressions. So come and walk this way...

 

Note: Most stats are courtesy of Baseball-Reference.com, but you'll also come across handy links to FanGraphs and Brooks Baseball

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