It's possible the most intriguing free agent to hit the open market this offseason is going to be a player who the casual baseball fan has never heard of.
Remember the name Yoenis Cespedes.
He's 26, owns a home run record, and the team that signs him will not lose any draft picks.
Cespedes is a centerfielder who defected from Cuba and is expected to be declared a free agent in the next month. In several stories on various websites, the Phillies have been mentioned as one of the teams interested in the young Cuban star.
But the bidding is expected to rival the six-year, $30.25 million contract the Cincinnati Reds signed with hard-throwing lefty Aroldis Chapman.