MLB Free Agency 2012: Each Playoff Team's Top Offseason Priority

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MLB Free Agency 2012: Each Playoff Team's Top Offseason Priority
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The free-agency period in Major League Baseball is one where teams look at their 25-man roster and decide which to re-sign and which to let go.

Last year, this saw the Philadelphia Phillies sign Cliff Lee to a five-year $120 million deal, it saw the New York Yankees bring back shortstop Derek Jeter for three more years, and it saw Minnesota Twins catcher Joe Mauer get the largest deal by a catcher in the game’s history. Those were just some of the moves that highlighted another interesting offseason.

This offseason has a barrage of top offensive free agents, although the pitching free agents are limited. Here is a move that should be the top offseason priority of each playoff team.

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