Before we jump in to the top 10 players who will return to their current teams next season, here is a look at five players who I believe will find a new home during the offseason.
1. C.J. Wilson
As much as the Rangers need Wilson's arm at the top of their rotation, the Yankees will outbid themselves until he ends up in pinstripes.
2. Jose Reyes
Considering the Mets are clearly rebuilding and a long way away from being a legitimate contender, it would make absolutely no sense to lock up Reyes in a mega-deal that would potentially expire before the team even becomes competitive.
3. Heath Bell
Although Bell and the Padres claim to be open to the idea of a contract extension, this is the closer's first and only chance to land a big deal on the market. You can bet he will sign with the highest bidder.
4. Roy Oswalt
While the Phillies would love to keep Oswalt in their rotation with Halladay, Lee and Hamels, the chances of the team exercising his $16 million option are slim to none.
5. Francisco Rodriguez
The Brewers acquired K-Rod as a five-month rental and that's all. Being the youngest closer on the market could help Rodriguez land the most lucrative among all closers on the market.