An all-time great World Series is in the books, but for many baseball fans, the fun is just getting started.
It's hot stove season; five months of speculation, rumors, blockbuster deals and free agent signings leading up to Opening Day.
One big free agent domino, CC Sabathia, has already fallen; the ace recently re-upped with the Yankees on a new deal. However, there are still several fascinating free agents to follow in the weeks ahead.
When it comes to predicting landing spots for free agents, there are some fits that make too much sense not to happen, such as both Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera and the Yankees (often the case when players have spent most or all their careers with one team).
For the most part though, how the offseason plays out is extremely hard to predict. Every winter, there is at least one deal that comes completely out of nowhere (Jayson Werth's deal with Washington last winter).
Nonetheless, I'll take a stab at predicting where 25 of the biggest free agents will sign and how much they'll make. Don't dwell too much on the contract predictions, as they are strictly rough estimates.