Hurry up before it's too late

The Giants and Rangers are among six teams that have done little to improve this offseason and still need to fill major holes on their roster.

Originally Published: November 29, 2006
By Phil Rogers | Special to ESPN.com

The gnashing of teeth had barely stopped over Adam Eaton's new contract and the Yankees committing $26 million for the rights to another bottom-of-the-rotation starter, Japanese left-hander Kei Igawa.

Here comes another round of major league executives screaming that timeless question, "Are those guys on crack?"

But there's a reason so many marginal pitchers are commanding such respect. It's simple supply and demand.

Even after the Eaton and Igawa moves, and assuming Daisuke Matsuzaka ...

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