Here is the free-agent class of 2015-16, ranked from Nos. 1 to 191. The rankings are based on a number of variables, including each player's history, age and potential, and are as much about predicted performance as market value, providing a general outline as free agency unfolds between now and spring training.
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1. David Price, SP: Last time a pitcher of David Price’s ilk hit free agency, he was guaranteed $210 million. That was Max Scherzer last season, and by almost every measure Price has been a better pitcher. He’s one of seven with a sub-3.00 ERA since 2010. He has thrown the fourth-most innings in that span. He’s among the top 25 in strikeouts, walks and homers per nine. Price, 30, is as complete as it comes, left-handed and still powerful, with the sort of devastating changeupRead More »from The 2015 Ultimate Free-Agent Tracker