Even David Ortiz is wondering why MLB free agency has been so slow this offseason

David Ortiz no longer plays in MLB, but the former All-Star and current Fox Sports analyst wants to know when this year’s cla s of free agents is actually going to pick a team.The MLB hot stove has been ice cold this offseason, leaving many to wonder when players are going to make their moves. Spring training is fast approaching and a host https://www.redsedges.com/cincinnati-reds/cliff-pennington-jersey of key free agents remain on the open market.Ortiz, like many baseball fans, noticed the inactivity, and he’s baffled by the lack of movement.”I’m just wondering who the hell is going to play this season, because nobody has signed yet,” Ortiz said, via The Providence Journal. “What’s going on? It’s almost spring training, bro. What’s the deal? That’s a question you guys should ask the owners. https://www.redsedges.com/cincinnati-reds/reggie-sanders-jersey “The Red Sox are reportedly in open negotiations with top offensive free agent J.D. Martinez, which could be a sign the two are ready to work out a deal, but there are still a large number of high-end free agents on the market.Pitchers Jake Arrieta, Yu Darvish and Alex Cobb have yet to pick a team, while position players Eric Hosmer, Lorenzo Cain and Carlos Gonzalez are also looking for contracts.Trades have been the offseason’s only saving grace. The Giants acquired both Evan Longoria and Andrew McCutchen, strengthening their roster after tying the Tigers for the worst record in baseball last season.The Yankees won the Giancarlo Stanton sweepstakes, and the Cardinals nabbed Marcell Ozuna, but free https://www.redsedges.com/cincinnati-reds/johnny-bench-jersey agency has been slow...