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Here is a look at the most overpaid and underpaid players at every MLB position in 2023 

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Overpaid Players 

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Starting Pitcher: Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals ($35 million)

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Relief Pitcher: Kenley Jansen, Atlanta Braves ($16 million)

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Catcher: Gary Sanchez, Minnesota Twins ($9.25 million)

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First Baseman: Anthony Rizzo, New York Yankees ($16 million)

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Second Baseman: DJ LeMahieu, New York Yankees ($12 million)

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Underpaid Player

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Starting Pitcher: Spencer Strider, Atlanta Braves ($705,000)

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Relief Pitcher: Yennier Cano, Baltimore Orioles ($1 million)

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Catcher: Sean Murphy, Oakland Athletics ($3.5 million)

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First Baseman: Matt Olson, Atlanta Braves ($21.1 million)

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Second Baseman: Luis Arraez, Minnesota Twins ($3.4 million)