With the MLB Winter Meetings coming to a close, plenty of top free agents are still up for grabs.
This has been a crazy free agency up to this point with plenty of star players changing teams.
So we should expect much more movement throughout the rest of the offseason.
Plenty of contending teams need to make a big splash before free agency ends.
With that being said, here are the top three remaining free agents on the market.
1. Carlos Correa
There are plenty of teams with interest in Carlos Correa.
The 28-year-old is one of the crown jewels of this offseason.
His market continues to heat up with plenty of teams looking to give Correa north of $300 million.
The teams with the most interest in Correa seem to be the San Francisco Giants, Chicago Cubs, and Minnesota Twins.
The next step for the Giants is to dive into the shortstop market, with Carlos Correa at the top of their list. They've pushed hard for another starting pitcher in recent days and still want one more outfielder.
— Alex Pavlovic (@PavlovicNBCS) December 7, 2022
The Giants seem to be the most aggressive, after missing out on Aaron Judge.
San Francisco promised their fan base they would spend big this offseason.
So getting a star player is almost a must for the Giants.
2. Carlos Rodon
The best starting pitcher remaining on the market is Carlos Rodon.
He is a left-handed starter who has elite stuff and Cy Young potential.
Last season, Rodon finished sixth in the NL Cy Young voting.
There seems to be no clear favorite in the race for Rodon, but plenty of teams are interested.
— B/R Walk-Off (@BRWalkoff) December 6, 2022
Elite starting pitching is tough to come by and Rodon is the last one standing.
3. Xander Bogaerts
Another one of the elite shortstops available is Xander Bogaerts.
The difference between Bogaerts and the other shortstops is that he is already 30 years old.
But, his market is still very strong.
Bogaerts batted .307 last year with 15 home runs and 73 RBI.
Despite his decrease in power, he remains an elite contact hitter.
The Boston Red Sox remains the favorite to re-sign the shortstop.
— B/R Walk-Off (@BRWalkoff) December 7, 2022
But, do not count out the Cubs making a run at him.
Chicago has been interested in all the superstar shortstops, and Bogaerts is at the top of that list.