Why not Chone Figgins? 4/30 won't break the bank. It seems like a pretty good value for a consistent 3 win player, who was actually a 6 win player last year. We'll stick it to the Angels, and only lose a second round pick. Admittedly there is some risk signing a burner to a 4 year deal through his mid-thirties, but as a leadoff hitter who can also take a walk, he shouldn't lose all his value in the near future. I can picture him and Rajai at the top of the lineup. We have almost no payroll commitments the next few years, and we need a third baseman. Is there something I'm missing?