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A thin free agent class at third base shows Daniel Murphy, David Freese and Juan Uribe as the best options.
Three players out of 20 -- also Matt Wieters and Colby Rasmus -- accept a $15.8 million salary for 2015 in lieu of free agency. Marco Estrada and the Blue Jays bypass their QO, agreeing to two-year contract for $26 million.
Daniel Murphy and Howie Kendrick are the other top-tier 2Bs, but Juan Uribe, Chase Utley and Stephen Drew are out there too.
Several teams are expected to be big spenders, and others won't be too far behind that, as the winter spending season is just getting under way now.
Wednesday's roundup includes updates on Ben Zobrist, Chris Iannetta, A.J. Pierzynski, Joakim Soria, Yovani Gallardo, the next Korean import, and others.
The odds are that the Dodgers, with their seemingly limitless coffers, will reel in one of the top two free-agent pitchers. That, plus more notes from the GM meetings in this installment of Inside Baseball.
Updates on Giancarlo Stanton, Aroldis Chapman, Jurickson Profar and Jonathan Papelbon headline Tuesday's hot stove recap.
Top-heavy rankings also include more affordable names such as Alex Gordon, Ben Zobrist, Dexter Fowler, Colby Rasmus and Denard Span.

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