Seems like even the bad players are making big money nowadays. GMs around baseball are doling out millions to over-the-hill has-beens or never-weres. Fausto Carmona Roberto Hernandez , he of only 2 good seasons out of his 8 year career, got 1 YR/$4.5M from the Phillies. Clint Barmes, who's OPS hasn't cracked .600 the past 2 seasons, just re-upped with Pittsburgh for 1 YR/$2M. Michael Morse, a man who can't field and is coming off a .215/.651 campaign got 1 YR/$6M from the Giants. Juan Oviedo, who didn't even pitch last season got 1 YR/$1.5M from Tampa Bay. Rafael Furcal, who also didn't play last year, got 1 YR/$3M from the Marlins. Corey Hart, yet another that did not participate in 2013, got 1 YR/$6M from the Mariners. Oh, the madness doesn't stop there, as Felipe Paulino who didn't pitch in 2013 either, got 1 YR/$1.75M from White Sox. Phil Hughes, who's ERA has been 5.19 or higher in 2 out of the past 3 seasons, got 3 YR/$24M from Minnesota. Brendan Ryan, and his consistently plummeting OPS, got 2 YR/$5M from the Yankees. Joba Chamberlain got 1 YR/$2.5M from the Tigers despite ERA/WHIPs of 4.35/1.55 and 4.93/1.74 the past two seasons. Edinson Volquez, coming off a year where he pitched in 2 of the most pitcher friendly parks in baseball to the tune of a 5.71 ERA, landed a 1 YR/$5M deal with the cash strapped Pirates. And last, but not least, Derek Jeter got 1 YR/$12M from the Yankees, even though he'll be 40 next year and only played in 17 games last season.