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Top Five remaining free agents in MLB

Although it took over two months, high-end free agents finally emerged in the Major League Baseball for the past few weeks. George Springer, Marcus Semien, Joc Pederson, Nelson Cruz, Jose Quintana, Micheal Brantley, J.T. Realmuto, DJ LeMahieu, Masahiro Tanaka, Did Gregorius, and Liam Hendriks, who were all once MLBTR's top free agents when the offseason started, have all signed deal since 2021 opened up.

Despite the departure of these big names from trade, the open market still has several notable figures from MLBTR's rankings. The numbers are the players' rankings at the start of the offseason campaign, which best online casinos usa have covered with predictions.

1. Trevor Bauer, Right-Handed Pitcher (RHP)

The current NL Cy Young winner is still without a team as spring training draws closer, though a breakthrough could happen anytime soon as the New York Mets and Los Angeles Dodgers are currently locked in battle with each other to secure the services for the 30-year-old pitcher.

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4. Marcell Ozuna, OF/DF

Ozuna's situation is still unknown as MLB is yet to announce to the public if the 30-year-old universal DH will return to action in 2021. He spent most of his season with Atlanta where he was regarded as a premier hitter in terms of Statcast figures and bottom-line production. The Report has it that the LA Dodgers, Milwaukee Brewers, New York Yankees, Minnesota Twins, and Boston Red Sox are all linked to the 30-year-old hitter.

11. Jake Odorizzi, RHP

Despite Odorizzi struggling all through in 2020 due to injuries and sidelines, the Twins are still considering resigning him to their team. And several other teams have also been tagged to be interested in acquiring the services of the 30-year-old outfielder, so he might just be able to get a deal for himself in the coming weeks and online pokies are willing to lay predictions for the player ahead of a possible transfer.

14. Justin Turner

Taking the fourth spot in the rankings is Turner, who was majorly known for his performance for the Dodger in his breakthrough season in 2014. Dodgers are reported to be interested in having a reunion with the player, but his age could see a drop in earnings for any team he signs for as he is currently 36 years of age.

Jackie Bradley Jr., Center Fielder

Following the departure of George Springer from the free agency section, Bradley takes the top for the premier center field player left in the free agency. Bradley who played for Boston Red Sox from 2013 to 2020, has received interest from the Franchise itself and New York Mets and Giants in the last few weeks. The report has it that Bradley, 20, is hoping for a contract with over four years included.

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