Here is the free-agent class of 2012-13, ranked from Nos. 1 to 175. The rankings are based on a number of variables, including each player's history, age and potential and are as much about predicted performance as market value, providing a general outline as free agency unfolds between now and spring training.
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1. Zack Greinke, SP: SIGNED He is young (29) and throws five legitimate major league pitches (fastball and slider the two best, plus a curve, change and cutter). He didn't beat CC Sabathia's record payday, but he got $147 million over six years from the Los Angeles Dodgers. Story
2. Josh Hamilton, OF: SIGNED On pure talent, Hamilton is theRead More »from 2012 MLB ultimate free-agent tracker