About three-quarters of the top-ranked free agents are committed now. That leaves about 15 of the top 50 unsigned, and while the Orioles have been mentioned with some of them—Bronson Arroyo, A.J. Burnett, Kendrys Morales, there are many decent players unsigned.

Leaving out closers since those candidates seemingly have been thoroughly vetted, here are a few in each category who could be useful to the Orioles and maybe available on one-year contracts.

Starting Pitchers

Chris Capuano has been discussed by the Orioles. He’s spent his entire career in the National League, won 18 games in 2005. A year away from leading the NL in starts, Capuano was just 4-7 with a 4.26 ERA with the Dodgers last year.

Capuano earned $6 million in 2013, so he’s going to have to take a pay cut to sign. He’s from Springfield, Mass, so Dan Duquette is obviously familiar with him.

Chad Gaudin was linked with the Orioles during the winter meetings. Gaudin is a serviceable starter or long reliever. He’s been with nine clubs, and he’s still just 30.

Gaudin has a 45-44 lifetime record. He’s nothing to get excited about, but could be a cheap, useful addition. He made just $750,000 and is coming off a season where he went 5-2 with a 3.06 ERA in 40 games.

Joe Saunders was 11-16 with Seattle in 2013. Orioles fans remember him well as the winner in 2012’s Wild Card game.

The Orioles didn’t make him an offer after 2012, and he signed with the Mariners for $6.5 million.

Like Capuano, Saunders would have to take a big pay cut to sign with the Orioles.

Other recognizable names still available include Tommy Hanson, Jeremy Hefner, Jeff Karstens, Jeff Niemann and Jerome Williams.