Daniel Murphy and Howie Kendrick are the other top-tier 2Bs, but Juan Uribe, Chase Utley and Stephen Drew are out there too.
The first base/DH class in free agency is very thin. After Chris Davis, we're looking guys like Mike Napoli, Justin Morneau and Kelly Johnson.
With the Hot Stove season well underway, we rank the top 50 free agents (by dollars) who could be on the move this winter in Part 1 of this weekend's Inside Baseball column.
At 9 am ET Monday morning, a total of 139 players became free agents, including stars like David Price and Jason Heyward.
The qualifying offer has been set at approximately $15.8M this offseason. Let's look at which free agents may receive the offer.
The Orioles are done for insofar as their 2015 playoff hopes are concerned. Now let's recap the 2015 season in Baltimore and peek ahead to 2016.
Ender Inciarte's popularity has plateaued, but his production hasn't. Al Melchior considers the speedy outfielder and two other hitters as potential waiver options.
Steve Pearce, defensive magician.
Denard Span hasn't been durable but has put up elite numbers when he has played. Scott White says he and Patrick Corbin are being overlooked in Fantasy.
Gerardo Parra has been very good this season, but his role has limited his Fantasy appeal somewhat. That should change in Baltimore, Chris Towers says at the Fantasy Baseball Today blog.

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