For MLB teams hoping to find an ace starting pitcher in 2020 free agency, they'll need some luck to do so.
There are some talented arms available, but each is attached to a hurler with question marks. From inconsistent results to persistent injury issues, even the top names available have their share of red flags.
The market will always have interest in skilled starting pitchers, though, and the following three free-agents-to-be all fit that bill.
Trevor Bauer, Cincinnati Reds
When one season statistically jumps off the page compared to the rest of a player's career, like Trevor Bauer's 2018 did, there's always a worry that it's a one-year anomaly.