Dave Cameron at Fangraphs:
"Teams have become cautious with the contracts they give to aging players, not wanting to get burned paying too much to a guy who may end up not having anything left in the tank, but I feel like we’re passing the point of caution and shifting towards a market failure."
I have been thinking the same thing. However, there is are at least two major flaws in Rob Neyer's favorite....
Sorry, I have little interest in adding my two cents to the efficient running of the baseball free agent market. Not for free at least.
For a hint on one, check out my comments at Fangraphs.