Free Agent Deals By Agency

MLB teams spent over $850MM on free agent contracts during the 2009-10 offseason.  45 different agencies were involved in those 122 Major League signings.  Here's a look at the 15 agencies that brokered at least $10MM in free agent contracts:


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  1. $1529282 5 years ago

    Should be entertaining to see how Boras tries to bill Millwood as a frontline starter after the season…

  2. grant77 5 years ago

    Man, nice job ACES. Polanco, Figgins and Huff in particular look like VERY nice deals for the player considering their modest skill sets.

    • mike1515 5 years ago

      Polanco was a steal for the Phils. That organization is on fire, though. They should not really count.

      • Yankees420 5 years ago

        Polanco was not a steal, 3 years is overpayment, 6MM per is all fine and well, but the Phillies should not have ever offered 3 years.

        • nhsox 5 years ago

          I agree. I think there was a pretty detailed post and discussion that outlined why the Phills overpaid for Polanco a while ago. The market was not dishing out 3 years 18mm for guys like Polanco. Could very well be a good addition over the next couple years, but they could have gotten him for less.

        • mike1515 5 years ago

          If they hadn’t offered 3 years, then the average salary per year would have increased. Thus, signing Halladay to an extension would have been tougher, and probably would have diminished all hope of them re-signing Jayson Werth. Also, if they choose to buy out Polanco’s final year, it will be much more affordable than contracts they’ve previously eaten (Thome, Jenkins, Eaton, etc…)

  3. NYBravosFan10 5 years ago

    the wasserman group is gonna get a good one next year. Yunel Escobar is gonna get a good extension.

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