The Winter Meetings have come and gone and it’s clear MLB teams are more active in free agency than the last two offseasons. Three of the 11 largest contracts in baseball history were handed out this month, plus several other quality free agents signed deals commensurate with their on-field worth rather than something well short of their true value.
As of this writing 30 of our top 50 free agents have signed, including the top three and 11 of the top 12. That means there are 20 top-50 free agents looking for work at the moment, and of course there are plenty of teams across the league with roster deficiencies to address before spring training. More signings (and trades) will go down in the coming weeks. With that in mind, let’s examine the remaining unsigned top 50 free agents and figure out their best fit for 2020. The best fit for the player and the best fit for the team as well, since free agency is a two-way street. Let’s dive in, shall we?

Top 50 MLB free agents