Cliff Lee and Carl Crawford are the biggest names of a lackluster 2010 MLB free agent class.

In only a matter of weeks, Lee will be re-joined with former Cleveland Indians teammate CC Sabathia in New York, and Crawford will be heading to Hollywood to become a member of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

This will leave the headlines open for players like Jayson Werth, Adam Dunn and Paul Konerko, who will be vying for major contracts, and looking for a team to call home. 

While a lot of the focus is on this year’s free agent class, I’m focusing on players who could possibly be dealt before the season begins.   

That free agent class will be highlighted by a duo of first basemen, Prince Fielder and Adrian Gonzalez, and, if Albert Pujols and the Cardinals can’t work out an extension, he will be the precious prize of 2011.

Let’s look at BJ Upton and 10 other available chips for 2011.

Let’s play ball. 

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