Poll: Best Free Agent Signing Of The Winter

After voting on the best free agents deals for hitters and pitchers, it's time to combine the top vote getters from each poll and determine the best free agent signing of all. This week's results suggest Vladimir Guerrero and Andy Pettitte are the favorites, but let's see how the voting turns out.

Which free agent signing has worked out best in 2010?

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  1. Brad426 5 years ago

    Pettitte has pitched great, to be sure, but at $11.75M he is being paid like the ace of most staffs. Vlad has been lights out and is a steal at $5.5M. Glaus gets the value vote from me though at $1.75M (and that is including incentives).

  2. davidmp2 5 years ago

    How is Gomes not an option? While he hasn’t put up numbers as good as Vlad or Beltre, you can’t do better than .280/.333/.473 with 10 HRs and 56 RBI for $800,000.00

    • David Tiao 5 years ago

      Do you realize Gomes has negative WAR value because his defense is SO TERRIBLE?
      link to fangraphs.com

      Aubrey Huff .295/.381/.545 16HR, 3 WAR for 3M is much much much better than Gomes. With a positive UZR to boot.

  3. davidmp2 5 years ago

    How is Gomes not an option? Can you do better than .280/.333/.473 with 10 HRs and 56 RBI for 800k?

  4. Just_MLB 5 years ago

    R.A Dickey
    6-1 2.62 ERA
    600K
    ——————–

  5. Yankees420 5 years ago

    Lackey, Holliday, and Bay each get 1/3 of a vote from me.

  6. Yankees420 5 years ago

    Lackey, Holliday, and Bay each get 1/3 of a vote from me.

  7. thearmadillo 5 years ago

    There’s also this guy named JJ Putz who has a 1.64 ERA and a .73 WHIP, good for 12th and 5th best in baseball (min 25 IP). Thought it might be worth mentioning.

  8. thearmadillo 5 years ago

    There’s also this guy named JJ Putz who has a 1.64 ERA and a .73 WHIP, good for 12th and 5th best in baseball (min 25 IP). Thought it might be worth mentioning.

  9. wutangklanodb 5 years ago

    ummmm…. rafael soriano anyone? leading the AL in saves, how is he not an option and even Benoit. Those two have solidified probably the best bullpen in baseball without J.P. Howell, one of them has to be on this list.

  10. two words: JOAQUIN BENOIT

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