Major League Baseball's owner-imposed lockout has finally come to an end, 99 days after it was first instituted. Despite all of that activity, there are still several stars who need to find new homes between now and Opening Day. Let's have a look at the story to know the tops.
Correa is no doubt looking for, and going to land, a $300+ million mega-deal, which certainly limits the number of teams in the running to sign him. The question of where free-agent shortstop Carlos Correa will sign is one of the biggest mysteries of the MLB offseason.
Almost half a season remains to make the final case for Bryant’s value for a free agent winter. Because Bryant’s ability to play five positions well — on presumably a long-term contract — allows a team to draft purely for impact without regard for specific position needs or shortages in the farm system.
Story, 29, is regarded as one of the better shortstops in the majors. Perhaps in any other year, Story would be the top free agent prize at the position.