It's no secret that the market bottomed out for free agents as the offseason progressed. There's no better example than Bobby Abreu's $5M deal. So we turn to Manny, as the Dodgers enter camp without the slugger. All signs point to Manny eventually inking a deal with the Dodgers, but the question of how much still lingers. Who has the advantage here? Is it the Dodgers, who understand that Manny isn't going to get the money (or years) he wants in the open market? Or is it Manny, who understands that the Dodgers need an impact bat badly?