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