They're Out of Work But Not Out of Hope

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This point in the Major League Baseball offseason, as far as free-agent signings and Hot Stove news are concerned, is like the calm after the storm.

The Winter Meetings have long since passed, players have started packing their bags to head to either Florida or Arizona and equipment trucks are being loaded all around the country to make their journeys, too.

But, as transactions like the Justin Upton trade to Atlanta and the Shaun Marcum signing with the Mets show, we're not quite finished. There are still a number of free agents on the market and teams with holes they need to fill. Here's a list of some of the All-Stars, World Series champions and even potential Hall of Fame candidates still looking for work, and what they can bring to a team looking for...

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