One of the most exciting times of the year for baseball fans is the free agent frenzy of the offseason. Will your team land the front-line starter in free agency or land the coveted bat? Or will they sit on their hands and watch as they are left to sort among the leftover scraps?

It can leave you eager to see your team on the field in spring, or make you dread the thought of it. Here’s a look at who your team may land this offseason.

Pitchers

Jake Arrieta – Texas Rangers – 6 years, $144 Million

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Yu Darvish – Los Angeles Angels – 7 years – $175 Million

Wade Davis – Texas Rangers – 4 years – $60 Million

Greg Holland – Washington Nationals – 3 years – $45 Million

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Lance Lynn – Seattle Mariners – 4 years – $68 Million

Alex Cobb – Baltimore Orioles – 3 years – $42 Million

Addison Reed – Colorado Rockies – 2 years – $26 Million

Brandon Morrow – Chicago Cubs – 2 years – $18 Million

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CC Sabathia – New York Yankees – 1 year – $10 Million

Bryan Shaw – Boston Red Sox – 3 years – $24 Million

Andrew Cashner – Detroit Tigers – 1 year – $10 Million

Jason Vargas – Baltimore Orioles – 2 years – $22 Million

Juan Nicasio – New York Mets – 2 years – $14 Million

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Jake McGee – Chicago Cubs – 2 years – $12 Million

Jaime Garcia – Milwaukee Brewers – 1 year – $8 Million

Anthony Swarzak – Los Angeles Angels – 2 years – $12 Million

Pat Neshek – Minnesota Twins – 1 year, $7 Million

Tony Watson – Boston Red Sox – 3 years – $18 Million

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Hitters

JD Martinez – San Francisco Giants – 7 years – $168 Million

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Eric Hosmer – Los Angeles Angels – 7 years – $147 Million

Mike Moustakas – San Francisco Giants – 6 years – $114 Million

Lorenzo Cain – Texas Rangers – 4 years – $75 Million

Logan Morrison – Cleveland Indians – 3 years – $39 Million

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Zach Cozart – Cincinnati Reds – 3 years – $36 Million

Jay Bruce – Toronto Blue Jays – 3 years – $45 Million

Carlos Santana – Minnesota Twins – 4 years – $72 Million

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Todd Frazier – New York Mets – 1 year – $12 Million

Yonder Alonso – Boston Red Sox – 2 years – $24 Million

Jonathan Lucroy – Arizona D’Backs – 2 years – $16 Million

Neil Walker – Los Angeles Angels – 2 years – $22 Million

Eduardo Nunez – Los Angeles Dodgers – 2 Years – $16 Million

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Carlos Gonzalez – Houston Astros – 1 year – $10 Million

Alex Avila – Chicago Cubs – 2 Years – $10 Million

Jon Jay – Baltimore Orioles – 2 Years – $16 Million

Jose Bautista – Tampa Bay Rays – 1 year – $9 Million

Carlos Gomez – Oakland Athletics – 2 Years – $24 Million

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