Deep pockets: Who spent the most on free agency this offseason?

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The 2017 season is officially underway with pitchers and position players arriving to camp this week.

While some major-league front offices will continue to tinker with their rosters over the next month, most of the heavy lifting is finished.

This year's free-agent class didn't possess the franchise-altering names of 2016, but there still were plenty of quality players on the market, and teams spent more than $1.3 billion to acquire them.

Here's a look at who spent what this offseason:

MONEY SPENT ON FREE AGENTS 2017

Rank Team Signings 2017 $
1 Dodgers 6 $199.6M
2 Mets 4 $136.7M
3 Cardinals 2 $113M
4 Yankees 3 $102.5M
5 Rockies 4 $97.25M
6 Blue Jays 6 $91.5M
7 Astros 3 $82M
8 Indians 2 $65.5M
9 Giants 2 $64M
10 Marlins 6 $57.275M
11 Orioles 3 $44.125M
12 Royals 4 $43.8M
13 Pirates 2 $37M
14 Phillies 4 $36.7M
15 Rangers 4 $36M
16 Athletics 5 $34.5M
17 Braves 6 $34.025M
18 Twins 2 $26.55M
19 Angels 5 $26.4M
20 Rays 5 $23M
21 Brewers 3 $22.6M
22 Cubs 4 $19.5M
23 Mariners 2 $12.1M
24 D-Backs 4 $9.75M
25 Nationals 3 $6.4M
26 White Sox 1 $6M
27 Red Sox 1 $5.5M
28 Reds 2 $5.3M
29 Padres 3 $5.25M
30 Tigers 1 $2M