I was going to write a comment in response to APV in that other thread. Then, I went looking for a list of remaining free agents and found this article. So my question is this: Is the usual resolution to a sluggish free agent market that a lot of players sign one-year, incentive-laden deals (like Garland just did) and then hope for better times? If so, isn't there a good argument to be made for the Indians capitalizing on this rare occurrence and try to get another outfielder and a starting pitcher for cheap? Does anyone think this has a chance of happening?