Diamondbacks Sign Aaron Hill To Two-Year Deal

TUESDAY, 6:46pm: The D'Backs announced the two-year contract today in a press release. MLB.com's Steve Gilbert tweets that Hill passed his physical, making the deal official.

SUNDAY, 8:30pm: The Diamondbacks may have declined Aaron Hill's option last month, but the second baseman will still be calling Chase Field his home. The two sides have agreed to terms on a new two-year contract that will pay Hill $11MM.

Hill, who will be 30 years old on Opening Day, came to the Diamondbacks along with John McDonald in an August trade that sent Kelly Johnson to the Blue Jays. He flourished in his new surroundings, hitting to the tune of a .315/.386/.492 triple slash line with a pair of round-trippers. In the field, UZR suggests that his defense has been a plus over the course of his career, with a UZR/150 of 4.2. His career 6.2% walk rate is below league average, but he also doesn't strike out very often (12.6% career).

Overall, Hill batted .246/.299/.356 in 2011 and hit just eight home runs after averaging 31 long balls from 2009-2010. He broke out with a monstrous season in 2009, hitting 36 homers and batting .286/.330/.499, but has been unable to recreate that level of success. He doesn't need to return to that form to justify the value of his new deal, but if he continues his Arizona renaissance, he'd be a massive bargain for the Snakes.

MLBTR's Tim Dierkes ranked Hill 38th on his list of Top 50 Free Agents. He was one of eight MLBTR writers who correctly predicted the Diamondbacks for Hill's destination in MLBTR's Free Agent prediction contest.

Jim Bowden of MLB Network Radio first tweeted that the two sides would complete a deal within the next three days, while Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic tweeted that an agreement had been reached and SI.com's Jon Heyman tweeted the final details. Hill is represented by the Legacy Sports Group, as MLBTR's Agency Database shows.


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191 Comments on "Diamondbacks Sign Aaron Hill To Two-Year Deal"


Mario Saavedra
3 years 9 months ago

8MM was too much guaranteed money… let’s give him even more! ¬_¬.

GSJays
3 years 9 months ago

You misunderstand. Hill’s options were 8 mill per year for 2012 and 13. He signed for just over 5 mill per year..The Diamondbacks got a deal.

notsureifsrs
3 years 9 months ago

assuming he’s going to be the aaron hill from 3 years ago, yes

Bob George
3 years 9 months ago

Hill doesn’t have to be the Hill from 2008-09 for this to be a good deal. Take a look around, there aren’t many 2b in the game who can even hit 15 hr’s anymore and still play decent defense. Hill could hit .250+ with 15 hr’s and 60 rbi’s a year and his salary would be very justified compared to other 2b.

3 years 9 months ago

He could also get on base at a .265 clip and be terrible at baseball again.

notsureifsrs
3 years 9 months ago

“Hill doesn’t have to be the Hill from 2008-09 for this to be a good deal”

that’s true. he just has to avoid being the aaron hill from 2010 and 2011

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

but if he is, it doesn’t make this a bad deal, just a market-value deal.

notsureifsrs
3 years 9 months ago

unless you factor in opportunity cost

daneIvis
3 years 9 months ago

The Hill from 2008 sat out most of the year with a concussion…his only really good season was the 2009 season. He will lead the league in popups though so just tell the opposing fielders to set up with their arms spread out and looking up at the sky. In the AL that was known as the “Aaron Hill Defense”.

xhausted_grad
3 years 9 months ago

dude, please tell me you don’t spend all of your time on this site

Mario Saavedra
3 years 9 months ago

I didn’t misunderstand. 8 < 10, I used the word "guaranteed money" and not "MM per year" for a reason…

GSJays
3 years 9 months ago

You misunderstand. Hill’s options were 8 mill per year for 2012 and 13. He signed for just over 5 mill per year..The Diamondbacks got a deal.

3 years 9 months ago

First one right. 

3 years 9 months ago

First one right for me too, no thanks to Ruben Amaro and Co…. 

sports33
3 years 9 months ago

Yeah, RAJ screwed me out of Papelbon and Madson. And I was feeling so good when Madson ‘reportedly’ signed with the Phils.

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

same here

3 years 9 months ago

First one right for me too, no thanks to Ruben Amaro and Co…. 

RKel10
3 years 9 months ago

Another need crossed off for the Dbacks. Now they can focus on pitching and maybe another hitter or two. 

RKel10
3 years 9 months ago

@Mario, 2 years worth a little more than 10 mil averages out to less than 8 mil per year.

RKel10
3 years 9 months ago

@Mario, 2 years worth a little more than 10 mil averages out to less than 8 mil per year.

Mario Saavedra
3 years 9 months ago

hence the 2 words “guaranteed money”.

NYBravosFan10
3 years 9 months ago

ugh, 1 for 3

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

wait, he was top 50? i dont remember him being there

Edit: woohoo, got him right. 1/3.

NYBravosFan10
3 years 9 months ago

yes he was, i had him going to the mets

xhausted_grad
3 years 9 months ago

really? i’m pretty sure tejada (if reyes signs) or murphy (if reyes doesn’t sign) are locks for second

East Coast Bias
3 years 9 months ago

I had the Yankees signing everyone.

Jerkstore
3 years 9 months ago

“…but has been unable to recreate that level of success.”

A bit of an understatement.

Zeeshan Merchant
3 years 9 months ago

Great deal for the Dbacks

Hill hated being in Toronto, and recaptured his all star form coming to Arizona. Prediction, Hill will OPS over 850 both years

Garafraxaguy
3 years 9 months ago

He “hated” being in Toronto did he? Did he “hate” being in Toronto in 2009? Please tell us where you get your “inside” information. Perhaps you could be a contributor here at MLBTR.

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

Don’t be such a jerk. He could be wrong, but doesn’t mean you have to go bust his balls or anything.

3 years 9 months ago

Explain why.

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

So you feel the need to be unnecessarily rude when you see something you don’t agree with? I suggest you get some therapy.

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

So you feel the need to be unnecessarily rude when you see something you don’t agree with? I suggest you get some therapy.

3 years 9 months ago

Explain why.

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

Don’t be such a jerk. He could be wrong, but doesn’t mean you have to go bust his balls or anything.

Zeeshan Merchant
3 years 9 months ago

its true, it was evident in his body language

Things got bad in Toronto after 2010. He needed a change. Aaron Hill is a very good hitter, when his swing is tight and compact, everything comes off of it in a line. Near the end, you could tell that he was just begging to get out

Morley C
3 years 9 months ago

The only thing he was “begging” to get out of were his poor hitting habits.

Zeeshan Merchant
3 years 9 months ago

its true, it was evident in his body language

Things got bad in Toronto after 2010. He needed a change. Aaron Hill is a very good hitter, when his swing is tight and compact, everything comes off of it in a line. Near the end, you could tell that he was just begging to get out

Jonathan
3 years 9 months ago

lol Hill hated being in Toronto… sure buddy.

And I’ll take the under on that bet, hell I’d bet he’ll his below .750 over two years. It is the NL West though… anything can happen there.

Jonathan
3 years 9 months ago

lol Hill hated being in Toronto… sure buddy.

And I’ll take the under on that bet, hell I’d bet he’ll his below .750 over two years. It is the NL West though… anything can happen there.

iheartyourfart
3 years 9 months ago

hi, i’m a padres fan and i approve of this message.

Zeeshan Merchant
3 years 9 months ago

oh so your the Padres fan

always wondered who keeps cheering for them

There were rumours about a fan, i guess he does exist

SouthPawRyno
3 years 9 months ago

If you’re going to troll, please at least make it humorous and not stupid.

5_tool_MiLB_fool
3 years 9 months ago

exactly. says him who is a D-Backs fan

ooooooo the D-Backs have fans now because national TV showed them filling up the stadium during the playoffs

Gator4444
3 years 9 months ago

Playoffs.  Sounds great doesn’t it. 

SouthPawRyno
3 years 9 months ago

If you’re going to troll, please at least make it humorous and not stupid.

Christopher McElroy
3 years 9 months ago

The 26,000 average fan attendance at Petco would like to file a complaint.

bleedrockiepurple
3 years 9 months ago

Being in the NL West and not the AL East will only improve Hill’s play. This could be seen as bargain contract once the two years are up.

iheartyourfart
3 years 9 months ago

i don’t like him as a bounceback candidate.  there are three pitcher-friendly parks in the nl west and some really good pitching staffs.  that’s not to mention the general lack of potency of the dback’s lineup compared to toronto. for a guy who derives most of his offensive value from the long-ball i don’t like him leaving the AL east.

bleedrockiepurple
3 years 9 months ago

If i was a guy who derived most of my offensive value from the long-ball I would be ecstatic to be playing half of my games in a very hitter friendly park in Chase Field along with 15 or so at Coors.

I also wouldn’t say there are great staffs in the NL West. There are some great pitchers but other than the Giants the other staffs have holes. And right now 2 of the teams, the Rockies and Padres, are going to be relaying heavily on young, unproven pitchers.

DBax31
3 years 9 months ago

I’m pumped! I think Hill simply needed a change of environment and he clearly showed he still has the skill to play and I’m excited to see what he will do for us.

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

good deal both ways. Hill only needs to be around 1 WAR for the next two years for the DBacks to break even, and he was worth 2 WAR the last two years, when he was “terrible” (not that 1 WAR a season is good or anything)

3 years 9 months ago

Hill is the exact person that you don’t want to give multi-year deals to though.  He’s 30, which means that he’s (probably) on the decline.  Given the fact that he’s got back to back seasons of terribleness, and is set to decline, maybe a multi-year contract is the worst idea ever or something.

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

okay, in his 2 WORST SEASONS EVER he averaged 1 WAR. Even if his WORST SEASON EVER continues, he’ll likely break even on the contract. If he comes back to career levels, which is about 2.5 WAR per season, he’ll be more than worth the contract. Will he return to career norms? I dunno. Is it out of the question? No.

notsureifsrs
3 years 9 months ago

that’s an imperfect analysis though. there are plenty of guys that can give you 1 WAR over 140 games for less than $5M. so you might “break even”, but the opportunity cost means you still wasted money

he could certainly be better than a 1 WAR player and that’ll be gravy. but he hasn’t been that good since 2009, so it’s a plausible worst-case scenario

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

sure, but Hill still has upside. At WORST he’s a .5~1 WAR player. At BEST he’s a 3~4 WAR player.

notsureifsrs
3 years 9 months ago

that’s true, but separate from the point i’m making

we’re talking about a plausible worst-case scenario in which he continues to be what he’s been for the past two seasons. your assertion was that the dbacks still make their money back in that scenario. i’m pointing out that making your money back isn’t quite good enough when we’re talking about investment in a 1 WAR talent on a 2 year deal. the opportunity cost makes it a mistake

true enough that he could be better than that. but he does have to be better than that imo for this deal to make sense

and here’s hoping he is better than that. i don’t want it to be a fail. i’m just talkin’ baseball here

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

Alright, if my assertion was that the DBacks still make their money back even if hill doesn’t rebound, I was wrong, and I take it back. I was trying to argue that even if he plays like the last two seasons, it’s not loss, or a huge loss anyways.

notsureifsrs
3 years 9 months ago

definitely not a huge loss. dissecting a 2/11 deal = we’re bored

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

so bored.

3 years 9 months ago

NO. He’s 30.  Players begin to decline by half a WAR per season on average beginning at age 29.  Hill went for the decline at age 28. Saying he has upside is like saying Vernon Wells has upside.

3 years 9 months ago

Wait…are you saying Aaron Hill has Vernon Wells upside? I’ll trade you a power-hitting catcher for him…just as soon as I find a job!

–T. Reagins

FunkyTime
3 years 9 months ago

Way to overgeneralize to the maximum and then try to apply it to every player.

johnsmith4
3 years 9 months ago

I am beginning to think Hill lied about his age

3 years 9 months ago

Yeah, that’s all cool.  But why give him two years?

And being a GM isn’t about breaking even on contracts, especially when you have one of the lower payrolls in baseball.  You’ve got to squeeze every bit of value out of your players and get a surplus out of the contracts.

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

I’m saying at WORST he breaks even (or slightly worse). At BEST he provides good surplus value.

3 years 9 months ago

At worst he breaks even?  What if he’s worth negative WAR over the contract?

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

Wasn’t his 2010~2011 his WORST years? If he keeps up those numbers, he’ll almost be worth the contract. He’s never posted negative WAR in his career.

3 years 9 months ago

They were his worst seasons so far.  Remember before the season when everyone said that he was due for a rebound?  He needed a 3 week anomaly at the end of the year just to get back to almost league average value.  He was below replacement level for the better part of the season.  And again, typically, players begin to decline at age 29.

3 years 9 months ago

That three week anomaly took place in his new home ballpark, also, Toronto’s culture didn’t suit Hill as a player. He is a line drive hitter, who hits homeruns, when he gets long and tries to hit homeruns, he pops out a lot, like in Toronto.

xhausted_grad
3 years 9 months ago

this is actually a common mistake i see a LOT of here on these boards.  contrary to common belief, a baseball’s player’s prime is at 30 – not 27 (although physically/athletically his prime is at this age).  3 years of experience (mostly getting to know the league better) is extremely valuable.

3 years 9 months ago

Hill is the exact person that you don’t want to give multi-year deals to though.  He’s 30, which means that he’s (probably) on the decline.  Given the fact that he’s got back to back seasons of terribleness, and is set to decline, maybe a multi-year contract is the worst idea ever or something.

Bob George
3 years 9 months ago

Not a bad deal. He has room to drop off his production as a D’Back from 2011 and still be a decent starting 2b. The 2b market pretty much stinks. If Jamey Carroll is getting paid $3.5 mil, paying Hill $5 mil is a bargain by comparison.

3 years 9 months ago

Hill has two good seasons in his career, while Carroll has outWARed Hill in 4 of the 6 years that both have been in the league.  Why is paying Hill more than Carroll a bargain for ARI in any way?

Bob George
3 years 9 months ago

Carroll’s career best season was 5 hr’s and 36 rbi. He’s going to be 38 next year, signed through age 39, and is being asked to be an everyday SS, something he has never been in his major league career.

Carroll’s career WAR is 15.7 in 10 seasons. Hill’s career WAR is 17.2 in 7 seasons.

Hill has never had fewer than 50 rbi in any full season. He’s had 3 years with at least 17 hr and 68 rbi. He has plenty of room to fall off from his production as a D’Back last year and still be a solid to above avg. Major League starting 2b. I would expect at least 12-15 hr’s and 60+ rbi’s, but don’t expect him to be an all star. Still, that’s well worth $5.5 mil per year.

Go find another 2b that is available and is making $5.5 mil or less that’s worth anything. The market stinks. Kelly Johnson is the next best thing but will cost a team either their 1st rounder or 2nd rounder in compensation.

3 years 9 months ago

1. Carroll hasn’t been a regular his whole career.
2. You’re using RBI’s in an argument.
3. Carroll gets on base at an incredibly higher rate than Hill.
4. My main argument all night long hasn’t been that Hill is useless, but that he doesn’t deserve a 2-year contract because he’s coming off consecutive dumpster fire seasons.

notsureifsrs
3 years 9 months ago

are we trying to make a point about who has had the better career or trying to figure out who is the better investment for the future? if the former, go ahead and use career numbers. if the latter, use the previous 3 seasons of data (4 at most) and weight them. what hill and carroll did 5 and 10 years ago has no predictive value at all

3 years 9 months ago

Hill has two good seasons in his career, while Carroll has outWARed Hill in 4 of the 6 years that both have been in the league.  Why is paying Hill more than Carroll a bargain for ARI in any way?

3 years 9 months ago

now all that’s left to do is get a backup for Goldschmidt and a few pitchers. Wouldn’t mind Arthur Rhodes as a second lefty

SouthPawRyno
3 years 9 months ago

The sad thing is, the best available back-up left-handed first baseman appears to be  Lyle Overbay

SouthPawRyno
3 years 9 months ago

….or Juan Miranda

3 years 9 months ago

Maybe Ross Gload 

vtadave
3 years 9 months ago

..or James Loney once the Dodger sign Fielder.

Salmon4Coach
3 years 9 months ago

If they can sell the team

3 years 9 months ago

Or James Loney once the Dodgers rightfully non-tender him.

vtadave
3 years 9 months ago

..or James Loney once the Dodger sign Fielder.

3 years 9 months ago

Maybe Ross Gload 

SouthPawRyno
3 years 9 months ago

….or Juan Miranda

SouthPawRyno
3 years 9 months ago

The sad thing is, the best available back-up left-handed first baseman appears to be  Lyle Overbay

cyberboo
3 years 9 months ago

Receiving 5M in 12 and 13 should help Aaron regain his former composure.  In Toronto, he was asked to see a pitch and hammer it in the Cito era.  In Arizona, he is only asked to wait for his pitch and hit it where it is pitched, accounting for his higher average and OPS in Arizona.  Hill is a line drive hitter that uses the whole field.  When he became too pull-happy, his numbers dropped off the table and it affected his defense.  It is an excellent signing by Arizona and the 5M price tag will be eclipsed easily in the desert, when he has a full season to just be himself.  If anyone says it is too much or he isn’t good, you are wrong.  As a Jays fan, I have watched his whole career from day one and what I saw in Arizona was the real Aaron Hill.  We wish him well and success in the future.

MattCMoore
3 years 9 months ago

Aaron Hill is a dead pull hitter.

Gator4444
3 years 9 months ago

Maybe the dry heat helped his eye sight.  Guy doesn’t swing at bad pitches anymore either. 

cyberboo
3 years 9 months ago

Receiving 5M in 12 and 13 should help Aaron regain his former composure.  In Toronto, he was asked to see a pitch and hammer it in the Cito era.  In Arizona, he is only asked to wait for his pitch and hit it where it is pitched, accounting for his higher average and OPS in Arizona.  Hill is a line drive hitter that uses the whole field.  When he became too pull-happy, his numbers dropped off the table and it affected his defense.  It is an excellent signing by Arizona and the 5M price tag will be eclipsed easily in the desert, when he has a full season to just be himself.  If anyone says it is too much or he isn’t good, you are wrong.  As a Jays fan, I have watched his whole career from day one and what I saw in Arizona was the real Aaron Hill.  We wish him well and success in the future.

3 years 9 months ago

To all those who said Hill recaptured his form in Arizona at the end of the season, three words “small sample size”, he may turn it around but I doubt it good luck paying him 5 mil a year for the next two years

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

Dude, 5M is 1 WAR, roughly. He’s been worth exactly that for the last 2 years.

Lunchbox45
3 years 9 months ago

Mostly based on defense though, so you can’t assume as he gets older that his legs won’t betray him any further. He’s already begun a defensive decline, if his bat doesn’t wake up he’s not a 1 war player

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

That’s true. But I’ll bet on him having an OBP north of .300 next season.

Lunchbox45
3 years 9 months ago

In 2009 his obp was .330 and that was his best offensive year …. I’d gladly take that bet. Sub .320 for sure

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

His best career OBP is actually .349. His career average is .321. And my figure was .300, not .320 😛

Lunchbox45
3 years 9 months ago

The player that posted a .349 obp is long gone, his swing and style have completely changed, the power stroke ruined his ability to lay off bad pitches

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

Changing your swing late in your career is impossible.

– Jose Bautista

Lunchbox45
3 years 9 months ago

he can definitely change back to the player he was, but that player had no power. He’s never had a season where he’s gotten on base and shown power, its been one or the other, or in last years case, neither

Mellow Yellow King
3 years 9 months ago

This has the potential to be a really good deal for the Dbacks. Chase Field is even more hitter friendly than Rogers Centre. If he can even smack 15-20 bombs  and keep up a decent average he’ll be worth it. 

He’s already got a great track record in fielding (I use UZR) you have Ryan Roberts/Stephen Drew/Aaron Hill/ Paul Goldschmidt infield that can save a lot of runs. And their outfield is already fantastic so it could be one of the most well defended teams next year.

Oscar_Gambles_Hair
3 years 9 months ago

Aaron Hill is not a good fielder. His range is getting worse by the minute, especially to his right.

This is a warm corpse deal for Arizona.

grownice
3 years 9 months ago

 Ive watched Hill ever since he started in toronto and 1 thing i can tell you is his fielding is quite good, thats never been his problem.

Oscar_Gambles_Hair
3 years 9 months ago

So have I and Hill’s defense has gotten much worse in the last two years. If you haven’t noticed then you aren’t watching as many games as you say you have.

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

He was one of the best defenders in 2009, and yes, he’s gotten worse. Doesn’t mean he’s not a plus defender still.

notsureifsrs
3 years 9 months ago

yea, no. at worst, he’s an average fielder. +10 on average according to DRS and +/- over the last 3 years; dead average (0) for UZR/150; +4 for TZL

hill’s inconsistency is with the bat, not the glove

cyberboo
3 years 9 months ago

Question, how many games do you actually watch?  Consider the following.

The top eight defensive 2nd baseman, based on their mlb career. Five years is the minimum, displaying how good they are.

1 – Pedroia – BOS – 5 years – 32 errors – 436 DP’s, Fielding % – .990
2 – Phillips – CIN – 9 years – 67 errors – 659 DP’s, Fielding % – .987
3 – Hill – ARI – 6 years – 64 errors – 593 DP’s, Fielding % – .985
4 – Cano – NYY – 6 years – 82 errors – 728 DP’s, Fielding % – .985
5 – Utley – PHI – 8 years – 97 errors – 710 DP’s, Fielding % – .983
6 – Kinsler – TEX – 5 years – 86 errors – 604 DP’s, Fielding % – .979
7 – Infante – ATL – 9 years – 91 errors – 466 DP’s, Fielding % – .975
8 – R. Weekes – MIL – 8 years – 113 errors – 482 DP’s, Fielding % – 967

Since Hill ranks third in fielding out of 30 teams, tell everyone again how he is a terrible player on the field.

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

… that was about the worst way to argue that he’s a good defender.

3 years 9 months ago

Hate to break it, but you just wasted a bunch of time, since fielding percentage is fairly useless.

Beyond that, using 5-year samples is misleading as a predictive measure — Hill has pretty clearly declined defensively over the last two years, and my best guess is that 0 of the above mentioned players profile in the same way they did 5 years ago, which will throw off your data pretty significantly.

iheartyourfart
3 years 9 months ago

and your second best defensive shortstop of all time: chris gomez

Oscar_Gambles_Hair
3 years 9 months ago

Aaron Hill is not a good fielder. His range is getting worse by the minute, especially to his right.

This is a warm corpse deal for Arizona.

3 years 9 months ago

Aaron Hill is a stud who just had a bad year last season.  I think he’s gonna be really good for the Diamondbacks in the years to come.  It’s a nice low risk/high reward sign.

grownice
3 years 9 months ago

 Hes had two bad seasons in a row.

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

he was worth 2 WAR in those 2 seasons

grownice
3 years 9 months ago

That doesnt mean you should settle for 1 war out of your starting 2bman. KJ was and still is the better option but i guess you hope they both bounce back , only difference is that KJ is only 1 year removed from a great season where as hill is two.

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

Of course. Just saying, it’s a fair, market-value deal, and hill can still bounce back (however unlikely it is) and provide surplus value.

3 years 9 months ago

Which is a WAR/season below league average.

FrankTheFunkasaurusRex
3 years 9 months ago

not disputing that.

grownice
3 years 9 months ago

 Hes had two bad seasons in a row.

3 years 9 months ago

Aaron Hill is a stud who just had a bad year last season.  I think he’s gonna be really good for the Diamondbacks in the years to come.  It’s a nice low risk/high reward sign.

3 years 9 months ago

Hill will be one of the best bargains in the MLB next year. 

3 years 9 months ago

Greatest bargain of 2011: Jacoby Ellsbury– $2.4MM, 9.4 WAR
Greatest bargain of 2012: Aaron Hill- $5ishMM, 15.2 WAR?

Lunchbox45
3 years 9 months ago

Greatest bargain of 2011: Jacoby Ellsbury– $2.4MM, 9.4 WAR
Greatest bargain of 2012: Aaron Hill- $5.5MM, 15.0 BB’s

fixed that for you