Frankie Montas

Frankie Montas

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The Score5 trades we want to see at MLB's winter meetings

Major League Baseball's winter meetings are around the corner. When executives for all 30 teams get together in one location, a transaction isn't far behind.Here are five deals - including some implausible ones - that we're hoping get hatched.Ohtani moves from Anaheim to Hollywood Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times / Getty Dodgers receive Angels receive P/DH Shohei Ohtani 2B Gavin Lux P Michael Grove P Bobby Miller 2B/OF Michael Busch OF Andy Pages P Landon Knack The Angels already said they wouldn't trade Ohtani, and their early-offseason investment into their club certainly supports that. However, we want to see this trade, and the Dodgers are perhaps the only team that could pull off a blockbuster of this caliber. They have the farm system, the desire to win now, and the means to immediately extend the pending free agent.Adding Lux makes sense for a Halos infield that will see some changes with the addition of Gio Urshela. Relegating Luis Rengifo and David Fletcher to more part-time roles makes them a much deeper squad to hopefully win now.The deal also bolsters the Angels' farm system with a bunch of near-MLB-ready talent. Grove didn't look especially sharp in his big-league debut campaign in 2022, but he's shown elite strikeout stuff in the minors. Miller could probably use a bit more seasoning. However, the 23-year-old is certainly on the cusp of helping an MLB club and will likely be significantly more polished than Grove was when he got the call.Busch and Pages - the hitters in the package - are a bit of wild cards. Neither excels at making contact, but they make up for whiffs with prodigious power. Knack is no slouch, either. While the 25-year-old has progressed in the minors as a starter, his future in the majors might be as a reliever. He could help the Angels much sooner in that role.Losing Ohtani would sting. And this deal likely makes them slightly worse for the 2023 season. But it's better than losing the two-way superstar to free agency next winter for nothing, and this package conceivably keeps the Angels relevant for longer. Not to mention, the likelihood of the Angels extending Ohtani seems slim given what they already have on the books with Trout and Anthony Rendon. Plus, owner Arte Moreno is looking to sell the team.Cardinals find replacement for Molina Lachlan Cunningham / Getty Images Sport / Getty Cardinals receive Athletics receive C Sean Murphy OF Nolan Gorman P Jordan Hicks P Andre Pallante For the first time in more than a decade, the Cardinals enter a season without the security blanket of Yadier Molina behind the plate. President of baseball operations John Mozeliak should look west for an ideal replacement. Athletics catcher Sean Murphy quietly blossomed into one of MLB's best all-around backstops, ranking third in fWAR (8.4) since the beginning of the 2021 campaign. Murphy, under club control through 2025, is an elite pitch framer with a strong arm and great ability to manage a pitching staff.Trading Murphy would be another move in Oakland's latest rebuild after the club said goodbye to Marcus Semien, Matt Chapman, and Matt Olson over the past few seasons. However, with Shea Langeliers in the fold at catcher, it's understandable why general manager David Forst might consider maximizing the return on an elite talent like Murphy. Gorman doesn't offer much value defensively but hit 14 home runs in his first 89 MLB games. He clearly has what it takes to succeed as a quality offensive player at the highest level. The bloom has fallen off the rose on Hicks somewhat. However, the hard-throwing right-hander can still rack up strikeouts out of the bullpen. Pallante posted a 3.17 ERA in a hybrid role for the Cardinals in 2022. The right-hander could emerge as an intriguing starting pitcher if he develops a third offering to complement his effective fastball and slider.Blue Jays bolster rotation with Cy Young winner Quinn Harris / Getty Images Sport / Getty Blue Jays receive Guardians receive P Shane Bieber C Gabriel Moreno P Adam Macko Trading Bieber off a surprising AL Central title in 2022 doesn't make a ton of sense from the Guardians' perspective on paper. The biggest reason to consider it is that the 2020 AL Cy Young winner has only two years of club control remaining. Cleveland isn't the type of team to run a high payroll. It's difficult to see a scenario where it ponies up to keep Bieber long term. Exploring the trade market now would enable Chris Antonetti to maximize a possible return if he pulls the trigger on a deal.The Guardians desperately need an infusion of talent behind the plate. Moreno is one of baseball's top prospects and is extremely polished offensively and defensively. Although there are some concerns about his ability to consistently hit for power, Moreno does an excellent job at making contact and avoiding strikeouts. Cleveland catchers posted a paltry 55 wRC+ in 2022 and ranked 24th in fWAR (minus-0.2). Moreno comes with years of club control and profiles as an ideal fit in the lineup alongside Jose Ramirez. The Blue Jays just acquired Macko in the Teoscar Hernandez trade. The young left-hander immediately became one of Toronto's top 10 prospects and would be an intriguing arm for the Guardians to try to mold.The attractiveness of Bieber to Toronto is obvious. He's still one of baseball's premier starting pitchers and would form arguably the game's best trio of hurlers alongside Alek Manoah and Kevin Gausman. The Blue Jays entered the offseason needing to shore up the rotation, with Ross Stripling uncertain to return in 2023. Toronto is firmly in its window to win right now, so prioritizing the present over the future, especially with a surplus of catchers, seems like a prudent course of action for general manager Ross Atkins.Orioles make a splash for an ace Patrick McDermott / Getty Images Sport / Getty Orioles receive Brewers receive P Corbin Burnes OF Colton Cowser P Adrian Houser IF Jordan Westburg P DL Hall P Kyle Bradish The Orioles announced to everyone after a surprisingly strong 2022 campaign that they're on the cusp of playoff contention. So, there's no better time than this winter to make a big splash and add a top-end starter like Burnes to lead the rotation. It might seem a bit early to add an ace, but it certainly worked for the Chicago Cubs when they signed Jon Lester prior to the 2015 season. Burnes could be Baltimore's Lester.Of course, the Cubs signed Lester as a free agent, and Burnes - under team control through 2024 - would cost substantial prospect capital. But the Orioles have an ample farm system and could pull this off without losing Adley Rutschman, Gunnar Henderson, Grayson Rodriguez, or Heston Kjerstad.That isn't to say the Brewers get fleeced, though. Cowser and Westburg could be fixtures on the small-market team for years. And, from a cost-control standpoint, neither of their service-time clocks have started ticking, so they're inexpensive and jump-start a mini rebuild that began with the midseason Josh Hader trade.Meanwhile, Hall becomes the heir apparent to take over Burnes' role in the rotation. He's still a bit raw and sometimes struggles with command and control. Hall likely won't hit Burnes' ceiling, but the Brewers are known for getting the most out of pitching prospects.A little swap of Bradish for Houser gives the Brewers a 26-year-old back-end starter with room to grow while the Orioles gain some flexibility with a bona fide major-league swingman.Yankees, Mariners, Marlins hatch 3-way blockbuster Elsa / Getty Images Sport / Getty Yankees receive Mariners receive Marlins receive P Pablo Lopez 2B Gleyber Torres OF Oswaldo Cabrera OF Jesse Winker P Frankie Montas P Luis Gil OF Jarred Kelenic OF Taylor Trammell IF Isiah Kiner-Falefa Let's get nuts.Who doesn't love a three-team trade? Especially one that addresses each team's needs.The Yankees fill a glaring hole in the middle of the rotation by adding the proven and reliable Lopez into the mix behind Gerrit Cole. Over the past three years, the righty authored a 3.52 ERA and 3.48 FIP across 340 innings. New York also gets a good slugging left-handed hitting outfielder in Winker for a corner spot in case the club can't re-sign Aaron Judge. The move would also relegate Aaron Hicks to a bench role.By parting with Torres, the Yankees solve a middle infield logjam. Starting on Opening Day, DJ LeMahieu could return to second base while Oswald Peraza takes shortstop - at least until top prospect Anthony Volpe is ready for his shot in the bigs.The Mariners have already been connected with Torres trade rumors this offseason. Although he only carries one more year of club control, Torres would fill a big need for them. Seattle's second basemen hit just 13 home runs in 2022 while registering an anemic 74 wRC+ and .594 OPS. Torres hasn't replicated his breakout 2019 campaign but is a safe bet for 20-plus homers and would provide another quality bat for manager Scott Servais. And while Dylan Moore was the incumbent at the keystone, he can seamlessly move into an outfield role.Montas struggled after the Yankees acquired him near the trade deadline from the Athletics. The right-hander battled shoulder issues and took his lumps adjusting to the AL East after finding success in the less imposing AL West. A move back to the west coast could serve Montas well. Seattle already boasts an embarrassment of riches in the rotation with Luis Castillo, Logan Gilbert, Robbie Ray, and George Kirby. Montas could slot right into that fifth spot. The familiarity of the division might be enough to get the talented right-hander back on track.The Marlins get a bunch of players who could grow into a more defined role in Miami. Cabrera, a switch-hitter with decent tools and no specific weakness, is the central piece. Gil needs some help fixing walk issues but could bloom into an impactful starting pitcher given the opportunity - not unlike Jesus Luzardo. Kelenic was considered a top-tier prospect, although he hasn't panned out at the major-league level. Lastly, Trammell and Kiner-Falefa will serve as major-league contributors while the front office assesses what's next.Copyright © 2022 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license.

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Thursday, Dec 1, 2022

The ScoreReport: Yankees in contact with Verlander, Senga, Rodon

The New York Yankees are interested in doing more than re-signing Aaron Judge this offseason.New York has been in contact with free-agent starters Justin Verlander, Kodai Senga, and Carlos Rodon in an attempt to boost its rotation ahead of the 2023 season, reports the New York Post's Jon Heyman.The Yankees don't have much confidence in signing Verlander - whom they've tried to acquire in the past - because they believe he'll return to the Houston Astros, according to Heyman.But the team is reportedly keen to add Rodon, while Senga is one of the top pitchers available after a stellar career in Japan.New York's rotation pitched well in 2022, ranking first in K/9, third in ERA, and fourth in WAR among American League teams. But it appears the Yankees want another weapon alongside Gerrit Cole, Nestor Cortes, Luis Severino, and Frankie Montas.Verlander, 39, returned from Tommy John surgery this past season to win his third career AL Cy Young thanks to an 18-4 record and a 1.75 ERA in 175 innings. The future Hall of Famer has 244 career wins and is MLB's active strikeout leader.Rodon was also sensational last season, authoring a 2.88 ERA and 12.0 K/9 in 178 innings to finish sixth in National League Cy Young voting during his first year with the San Francisco Giants. The 29-year-old southpaw opted out of the second year of his contract to become a free agent.Senga, 29, posted a 104-51 record with a 2.42 ERA and 1.09 WHIP in 275 starts during an 11-year career in Japan. Copyright © 2022 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license.

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Thursday, Nov 24, 2022

The ScoreReport: Yankees, Red Sox contact Senga's representatives

The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox are the latest clubs to show interest in star Japanese right-hander Kodai Senga.Both teams have been in contact with Senga's representatives, sources told MLB Network's Jon Morosi.The New York Mets also met with Senga last week, according to The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal.Senga, 29, is one of the offseason's most fascinating free agents. The hurler had a career season in 2022, posting a 1.94 ERA and 156 strikeouts across 144 innings for the Fukuoka Softbank Hawks.Signing Senga wouldn't cost a team a posting fee or draft-pick compensation, which has helped to strengthen the number of interested clubs, Morosi adds.The Yankees have a strong foursome atop their rotation with Gerrit Cole, Nestor Cortes, Luis Severino, and Frankie Montas. However, they might need to replace free-agent right-hander Jameson Taillon.The Red Sox currently have some uncertainty in their rotation. Left-hander Chris Sale is expected to return following an injury-plagued 2022 campaign, but Boston starters ranked 17th in K/9, 18th in fWAR, and 22nd in ERA last season.Copyright © 2022 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license.

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Monday, Nov 21, 2022

The ScoreMLB non-tender deadline tracker: Voit, Anderson among new FAs

Major League Baseball teams had until 8 p.m. ET on Friday to tender contracts to arbitration-eligible players. Those who are tendered remain under team control, while those who are non-tendered become free agents. After being tendered, the team and player will work out a salary for the 2023 season. If the two sides can't agree, an arbitrator will decide the salary later this winter.Here's the list of every club's arbitration-eligible players. Salaries listed under contract means the sides agreed to a deal. Salary projections are provided by MLB Trade Rumors.Arizona Diamondbacks Player Projected Contract Zac Gallen $4.5M Tendered Carson Kelly $4.1M Tendered Kyle Lewis $1.2M Tendered Reyes Moronta $2.0M Non-tendered Josh Rojas $2.4M Tendered Cole Sulser $1.0M TBD Daulton Varsho $2.8M Tendered Christian Walker $7.3M Tendered Atlanta Braves Player Projected Contract Max Fried $12.2M Tendered Tyler Matzek $1.8M 2-year $3.1M A.J. Minter $5.0M Tendered Dennis Santana $1.1M Tendered Mike Soroka $2.8M $2.8M Baltimore Orioles Player Projected Contract Austin Hays $3.1M Tendered Jorge Mateo $1.8M Tendered Cedric Mullins $4.4M Tendered Anthony Santander $7.5M Tendered Dillon Tate $1.5M Tendered Austin Voth $2.0M Tendered Boston Red Sox Player Projected Contract Christian Arroyo $2.2M Tendered Ryan Brasier $2.3M Tendered Yu Chang $800K Non-tendered Franchy Cordero $1.5M Non-tendered Rafael Devers $16.9M Tendered Reese McGuire $1.3M Tendered Nick Pivetta $5.9M Tendered Rob Refsnyder $1.6M $1.2M Josh Taylor $1.1M Tendered Alex Verdugo $6.9M Tendered Chicago Cubs Player Projected Contract Ian Happ $10.6M Tendered Codi Heuer $800K Tendered Nico Hoerner $2.2M Tendered Nick Madrigal $1.1M Tendered Rafael Ortega $1.7M Non-tendered Rowan Wick $1.5M $1.55M Chicago White Sox Player Projected Contract Dylan Cease $5.3M Tendered Adam Engel $2.3M Non-tendered Lucas Giolito $10.8M Tendered Michael Kopech $2.2M Tendered Reynaldo Lopez $3.3M Tendered Danny Mendick $1.0M Non-tendered Jose Ruiz $1.0M Tendered Cincinnati Reds Player Projected Contract Tejay Antone $800K Tendered Luis Cessa $2.6M Tendered Justin Dunn $1.1M Tendered Buck Farmer $1.4M $1.725M Kevin Newman $2.8M Tendered Nick Senzel $2.2M Tendered Lucas Sims $1.3M Tendered Cleveland Guardians Player Projected Contract Shane Bieber $10.7M Tendered Aaron Civale $2.2M Tendered James Karinchak $1.4M Tendered Cal Quantrill $6.0M Tendered Luke Maile $1.3M Non-tendered Josh Naylor $3.5M Tendered Zach Plesac $2.9M Tendered Amed Rosario $9.0M Tendered Colorado Rockies Player Projected Contract Austin Gomber $1.8M Tendered Garrett Hampson $2.1M Non-tendered Tyler Kinley $1.3M 3-year $7M Dinelson Lamet $4.8M $5M Brendan Rodgers $2.7M Tendered Brent Suter $3.1M $3M Detroit Tigers Player Projected Contract Tyler Alexander $1.6M $1.875M Jeimer Candelario $7.0M Non-tendered Harold Castro $2.6M Non-tendered Willi Castro $1.7M Non-tendered Jose Cisnero $2.2M Tendered Rony Garcia $1.0M Tendered Joe Jimenez $2.6M Tendered Austin Meadows $4.0M Tendered Gregory Soto $3.1M Tendered Houston Astros Player Projected Contract Mauricio Dubon $1.2M Tendered Josh James $800K Non-tendered Christian Javier $3.3M Tendered Phil Maton $2.5M Tendered Ryne Stanek $3.1M Tendered Blake Taylor $800K Tendered Kyle Tucker $5.6M Tendered Jose Urquidy $3.2M Tendered Framber Valdez $7.4M Tendered Kansas City Royals Player Projected Contract Scott Barlow $4.9M Tendered Kris Bubic $1.8M Tendered Taylor Clarke $1.5M Tendered Amir Garrett $2.6M Tendered Brad Keller $7.0M Tendered Nicky Lopez $3.4M Tendered Adalberto Mondesi $3.0M Tendered Ryan O'Hearn $1.5M $1.4M Brady Singer $2.9M Tendered Josh Staumont $1.0M Tendered Los Angeles Angels Player Projected Contract Jaime Barria $1.2M Tendered Griffin Canning $1.1M Tendered Luis Rengifo $2.4M Tendered Patrick Sandoval $2.8M Tendered Gio Urshela $9.2M Tendered Jared Walsh $2.7M Tendered Taylor Ward $2.9M Tendered Los Angeles Dodgers Player Projected Contract Yency Almonte $1.0M Tendered Cody Bellinger $18.1M Non-tendered Walker Buehler $8.1M Tendered Tony Gonsolin $3.5M Tendered Brusdar Graterol $1.2M Tendered Caleb Ferguson $1.1M Tendered Dustin May $1.4M Tendered Evan Phillips $1.4M Tendered Edwin Rios $1.4M Non-tendered Will Smith $5.2M Tendered Trayce Thompson $1.7M Tendered Julio Urias $13.7M Tendered Miami Marlins Player Projected Contract Brian Anderson $5.2M Non-tendered Jon Berti $2.4M Tendered JT Chargois $1.0M Tendered Garrett Cooper $4.1M Tendered Dylan Floro $4.2M $3.9M Pablo Lopez $5.6M Tendered Jesus Luzardo $2.0M Tendered Tanner Scott $2.7M Tendered Jacob Stallings $3.3M Tendered Joey Wendle $5.4M Tendered Milwaukee Brewers Player Projected Contract Willy Adames $9.2M Tendered Corbin Burnes $11.4M Tendered Mike Brosseau $1.2M Tendered Matt Bush $2.0M $1.85M Victor Caratini $2.8M Tendered Trevor Gott $1.4M Non-tendered Jandel Gustave $900K Non-tendered Keston Hiura $2.0M Tendered Adrian Houser $3.6M $3.6M Eric Lauer $5.2M Tendered Hoby Milner $1.1M Tendered Luis Perdomo $1.0M Non-tendered Hunter Renfroe $11.2M Tendered Rowdy Tellez $5.3M Tendered Luis Urias $4.3M Tendered Devin Williams $3.2M Tendered Brandon Woodruff $11.0M Tendered Minnesota Twins Player Projected Contract Jorge Alcala $800K Tendered Luis Arraez $5.0M Tendered Kyle Farmer $5.9M Tendered Jorge Lopez $3.7M Tendered Tyler Mahle $7.2M Tendered Chris Paddack $2.4M Tendered Emilio Pagan $3.7M Tendered Caleb Thielbar $2.4M Tendered New York Mets Player Projected Contract Pete Alonso $15.9M Tendered Jeff Brigham $800K Tendered Luis Guillorme $1.5M Tendered Elieser Hernandez $1.8M Tendered Joey Lucchesi $1.15M Tendered Jeff McNeil $6.2M Tendered Tomas Nido $1.6M Tendered Dominic Smith $4.0M Non-tendered Drew Smith $1.2M Tendered New York Yankees Player Projected Contract Nestor Cortes $3.5M Tendered Domingo German $2.6M Tendered Kyle Higashioka $1.7M Tendered Clay Holmes $2.9M Tendered Isiah Kiner-Falefa $6.5M $6.0M Michael King $1.2M Tendered Jonathan Loaisiga $2.1M Tendered Lucas Luetge $1.7M Tendered Frankie Montas $7.7M Tendered Wandy Peralta $3.1M Tendered Gleyber Torres $9.8M Tendered Jose Trevino $2.0M Tendered Lou Trivino $4.2M $4.1M Oakland Athletics Player Projected Contract Paul Blackburn $1.9M Tendered Deolis Guerra $900K Non-tendered Tony Kemp $3.9M Tendered Ramon Laureano $3.6M Tendered Sean Murphy $3.5M Tendered Philadelphia Phillies Player Projected Contract Jose Alvarado $3.2M Tendered Sam Coonrod $800K $775K Seranthony Dominguez $2.0M Tendered Rhys Hoskins $12.6M Tendered Edmundo Sosa $1.0M Tendered Ranger Suarez $3.5M Tendered Pittsburgh Pirates Player Projected Contract Miguel Andujar $1.7M $1.525M JT Brubaker $2.0M Tendered Ji-Man Choi $4.5M Tendered Mitch Keller $2.4M Tendered Robert Stephenson $1.9M Tendered Duane Underwood Jr. $1.0M Tendered San Diego Padres Player Projected Contract Jorge Alfaro $3.6M Non-tendered Jose Castillo $900K Tendered Jake Cronenworth $4.4M Tendered Trent Grisham $2.6M Tendered Josh Hader $13.6M Tendered Tim Hill $1.7M Tendered Adrian Morejon $800K Tendered Austin Nola $2.2M Tendered Juan Soto $21.5M Tendered San Francisco Giants Player Projected Contract Scott Alexander $1.1M $1.15M John Brebbia $1.9M Tendered J.D. Davis $3.8M Tendered Thairo Estrada $2.4M Tendered Jakob Junis $3.3M Tendered Tyler Rogers $1.8M Tendered Austin Slater $2.7M Tendered LaMonte Wade Jr. $1.4M Tendered Logan Webb $4.8M Tendered Mike Yastrzemski $5.7M $6.1M Seattle Mariners Player Projected Contract Diego Castillo $2.9M Tendered Ty France $4.7M Tendered Teoscar Hernandez $14.1M Tendered Dylan Moore $2.0M Tendered Tom Murphy $1.9M Tendered Paul Sewald $3.6M Tendered Abraham Toro $1.4M Tendered Luis Torrens $1.2M Non-tendered Luke Weaver $3.0M Non-tendered St. Louis Cardinals Player Projected Contract Genesis Cabrera $1.2M Tendered Tommy Edman $4.3M Tendered Jack Flaherty $5.1M Tendered Ryan Helsley $2.4M Tendered Jordan Hicks $1.6M Tendered Dakota Hudson $2.7M Tendered Andrew Knizner $1.0M Tendered Jordan Montgomery $10.1M Tendered Tyler O'Neill $5.1M Tendered Alex Reyes $2.85M Non-tendered Chris Stratton $3.5M $2.8M Tampa Bay Rays Player Projected Contract Jason Adam $1.9M Tendered Shawn Armstrong $1.3M Tendered Randy Arozarena $4.0M Tendered Jalen Beeks $1.2M Tendered Christian Bethancourt $1.6M Tendered Yonny Chirinos $1.6M Tendered Yandy Diaz $5.4M Tendered Pete Fairbanks $1.5M Tendered Andrew Kittredge $2.0M Tendered Francisco Mejia $2.2M Tendered Colin Poche $1.7M Tendered Harold Ramirez $2.1M Tendered Jeffrey Springs $3.0M Tendered Ryan Thompson $1.1M Tendered Texas Rangers Player Projected Contract Mitch Garver $4.2M Tendered Taylor Hearn $1.7M Tendered Jonathan Hernandez $1.0M Tendered Nathaniel Lowe $4.3M Tendered Brett Martin $1.5M Tendered Toronto Blue Jays Player Projected Contract Bo Bichette $6.1M Tendered Cavan Biggio $2.6M Tendered Adam Cimber $3.2M Tendered Santiago Espinal $2.1M Tendered Vlad Guerrero Jr. $14.8M Tendered Danny Jansen $3.7M Tendered Tim Mayza $1.9M Tendered Trevor Richards $1.5M Tendered Jordan Romano $4.4M Tendered Erik Swanson $1.4M Tendered Trent Thornton $1.1M Tendered Washington Nationals Player Projected Contract Victor Arano $1.0M Tendered Carl Edwards Jr. $1.6M Tendered Erick Fedde $3.6M Non-tendered Kyle Finnegan $2.0M Tendered Hunter Harvey $1.0M Tendered Tanner Rainey $1.5M Tendered Victor Robles $2.5M Tendered Lane Thomas $2.1M Tendered Ildemaro Vargas $1.1M $975K Luke Voit $8.2M Non-tendered Copyright © 2022 Score Media Ventures Inc. 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Friday, Nov 18, 2022

The ScoreMLB non-tender deadline tracker

Major League Baseball teams have until 8 p.m. ET on Friday to tender contracts to arbitration-eligible players. Those who are tendered remain under team control, while those who are non-tendered become free agents. After being tendered, the team and player will work out a salary for the 2023 season. If the two sides can't agree, an arbitrator will decide the salary later this winter.Here's the list of every club's arbitration-eligible players. Salaries listed under contract means the sides agreed to a deal. This post will be updated throughout the day. Salary projections are provided by MLB Trade Rumors.Arizona Diamondbacks Player Projected Contract Zac Gallen $4.5M Carson Kelly $4.1M Kyle Lewis $1.2M Reyes Moronta $2.0M Josh Rojas $2.4M Cole Sulser $1.0M Daulton Varsho $2.8M Christian Walker $7.3M Atlanta Braves Player Projected Contract Max Fried $12.2M Tyler Matzek $1.8M A.J. Minter $5.0M Dennis Santana $1.1M Mike Soroka $2.8M Baltimore Orioles Player Projected Contract Austin Hays $3.1M Jorge Mateo $1.8M Cedric Mullins $4.4M Anthony Santander $7.5M Dillon Tate $1.5M Austin Voth $2.0M Boston Red Sox Player Projected Contract Christian Arroyo $2.2M Ryan Brasier $2.3M Yu Chang $800K Franchy Cordero $1.5M Rafael Devers $16.9M Reese McGuire $1.3M Nick Pivetta $5.9M Rob Refsnyder $1.6M $1.2M Josh Taylor $1.1M Alex Verdugo $6.9M Chicago Cubs Player Projected Contract Ian Happ $10.6M Codi Heuer $800K Nico Hoerner $2.2M Nick Madrigal $1.1M Rafael Ortega $1.7M Rowan Wick $1.5M Chicago White Sox Player Projected Contract Dylan Cease $5.3M Adam Engel $2.3M Lucas Giolito $10.8M Michael Kopech $2.2M Reynaldo Lopez $3.3M Danny Mendick $1.0M Jose Ruiz $1.0M Cincinnati Reds Player Projected Contract Tejay Antone $800K Luis Cessa $2.6M Justin Dunn $1.1M Buck Farmer $1.4M $1.4M Kyle Farmer $5.9M Nick Senzel $2.2M Lucas Sims $1.3M Cleveland Indians Player Projected Contract Shane Bieber $10.7M Aaron Civale $2.2M James Karinchak $1.4M Cal Quantrill $6.0M Luke Maile $1.3M Josh Naylor $3.5M Zach Plesac $2.9M Amed Rosario $9.0M Colorado Rockies Player Projected Contract Austin Gomber $1.8M Garrett Hampson $2.1M Tyler Kinley $1.3M Dinelson Lamet $4.8M $5M Brendan Rodgers $2.7M Detroit Tigers Player Projected Contract Tyler Alexander $1.6M Jeimer Candelario $7.0M Harold Castro $2.6M Willi Castro $1.7M Jose Cisnero $2.2M Rony Garcia $1.0M Joe Jimenez $2.6M Austin Meadows $4.0M Gregory Soto $3.1M Houston Astros Player Projected Contract Mauricio Dubon $1.2M Josh James $800K Christian Javier $3.3M Phil Maton $2.5M Ryne Stanek $3.1M Blake Taylor $800K Kyle Tucker $5.6M Jose Urquidy $3.2M Framber Valdez $7.4M Kansas City Royals Player Projected Contract Scott Barlow $4.9M Kris Bubic $1.8M Taylor Clarke $1.5M Amir Garrett $2.6M Brad Keller $7.0M Nicky Lopez $3.4M Adalberto Mondesi $3.0M Ryan O'Hearn $1.5M $1.4M Brady Singer $2.9M Josh Staumont $1.0M Los Angeles Angels Player Projected Contract Jaime Barria $1.2M Griffin Canning $1.1M Luis Rengifo $2.4M Patrick Sandoval $2.8M Jared Walsh $2.7M Taylor Ward $2.9M Los Angeles Dodgers Player Projected Contract Yency Almonte $1.0M Cody Bellinger $18.1M Walker Buehler $8.1M Tony Gonsolin $3.5M Brusdar Graterol $1.2M Caleb Ferguson $1.1M Dustin May $1.4M Evan Phillips $1.4M Edwin Rios $1.4M Will Smith $5.2M Trayce Thompson $1.7M Julio Urias $13.7M Miami Marlins Player Projected Contract Brian Anderson $5.2M Jon Berti $2.4M JT Chargois $1.0M Garrett Cooper $4.1M Dylan Floro $4.2M Pablo Lopez $5.6M Jesus Luzardo $2.0M Tanner Scott $2.7M Jacob Stallings $3.3M Joey Wendle $5.4M Milwaukee Brewers Player Projected Contract Willy Adames $9.2M Corbin Burnes $11.4M Mike Brosseau $1.2M Matt Bush $2.0M Victor Caratini $2.8M Trevor Gott $1.4M Jandel Gustave $900K Keston Hiura $2.0M Adrian Houser $3.6M Eric Lauer $5.2M Hoby Milner $1.1M Luis Perdomo $1.0M Hunter Renfroe $11.2M Brent Suter $3.1M Rowdy Tellez $5.3M Luis Urias $4.3M Devin Williams $3.2M Brandon Woodruff $11.0M Minnesota Twins Player Projected Contract Jorge Alcala $800K Luis Arraez $5.0M Jorge Lopez $3.7M Tyler Mahle $7.2M Chris Paddack $2.4M Emilio Pagan $3.7M Caleb Thielbar $2.4M Gio Urshela $9.2M New York Mets Player Projected Contract Pete Alonso $15.9M Jeff Brigham $800K Luis Guillorme $1.5M Elieser Hernandez $1.8M Joey Lucchesi $1.15M Jeff McNeil $6.2M Tomas Nido $1.6M Dominic Smith $4.0M Drew Smith $1.2M New York Yankees Player Projected Contract Nestor Cortes $3.5M Domingo German $2.6M Kyle Higashioka $1.7M Clay Holmes $2.9M Isiah Kiner-Falefa $6.5M Michael King $1.2M Jonathan Loaisiga $2.1M Lucas Luetge $1.7M Frankie Montas $7.7M Wandy Peralta $3.1M Gleyber Torres $9.8M Jose Trevino $2.0M Lou Trivino $4.2M Oakland Athletics Player Projected Contract Paul Blackburn $1.9M Deolis Guerra $900K Tony Kemp $3.9M Ramon Laureano $3.6M Sean Murphy $3.5M Philadelphia Phillies Player Projected Contract Jose Alvarado $3.2M Sam Coonrod $800K Seranthony Dominguez $2.0M Rhys Hoskins $12.6M Edmundo Sosa $1.0M Ranger Suarez $3.5M Pittsburgh Pirates Player Projected Contract Miguel Andujar $1.7M JT Brubaker $2.0M Ji-Man Choi $4.5M Mitch Keller $2.4M Kevin Newman $2.8M Robert Stephenson $1.9M Duane Underwood Jr. $1.0M San Diego Padres Player Projected Contract Jorge Alfaro $3.6M Jose Castillo $900K Jake Cronenworth $4.4M Trent Grisham $2.6M Josh Hader $13.6M Tim Hill $1.7M Adrian Morejon $800K Austin Nola $2.2M Juan Soto $21.5M San Francisco Giants Player Projected Contract Scott Alexander $1.1M $1.15M John Brebbia $1.9M J.D. Davis $3.8M Thairo Estrada $2.4M Jakob Junis $3.3M Tyler Rogers $1.8M Austin Slater $2.7M LaMonte Wade Jr. $1.4M Logan Webb $4.8M Mike Yastrzemski $5.7M Seattle Mariners Player Projected Contract Diego Castillo $2.9M Ty France $4.7M Teoscar Hernandez $14.1M Dylan Moore $2.0M Tom Murphy $1.9M Paul Sewald $3.6M Abraham Toro $1.4M Luis Torrens $1.2M Luke Weaver $3.0M St. Louis Cardinals Player Projected Contract Genesis Cabrera $1.2M Tommy Edman $4.3M Jack Flaherty $5.1M Ryan Helsley $2.4M Jordan Hicks $1.6M Dakota Hudson $2.7M Andrew Knizner $1.0M Jordan Montgomery $10.1M Tyler O'Neill $5.1M Alex Reyes $2.85M Chris Stratton $3.5M $2.8M Tampa Bay Rays Player Projected Contract Jason Adam $1.9M Shawn Armstrong $1.3M Randy Arozarena $4.0M Jalen Beeks $1.2M Christian Bethancourt $1.6M Yonny Chirinos $1.6M Yandy Diaz $5.4M Pete Fairbanks $1.5M Andrew Kittredge $2.0M Francisco Mejia $2.2M Colin Poche $1.7M Harold Ramirez $2.1M Jeffrey Springs $3.0M Ryan Thompson $1.1M Texas Rangers Player Projected Contract Mitch Garver $4.2M Taylor Hearn $1.7M Jonathan Hernandez $1.0M Nathaniel Lowe $4.3M Brett Martin $1.5M Toronto Blue Jays Player Projected Contract Bo Bichette $6.1M Cavan Biggio $2.6M Adam Cimber $3.2M Santiago Espinal $2.1M Vlad Guerrero Jr. $14.8M Danny Jansen $3.7M Tim Mayza $1.9M Trevor Richards $1.5M Jordan Romano $4.4M Erik Swanson $1.4M Trent Thornton $1.1M Washington Nationals Player Projected Contract Victor Arano $1.0M Carl Edwards Jr. $1.6M Erick Fedde $3.6M Kyle Finnegan $2.0M Hunter Harvey $1.0M Tanner Rainey $1.5M Victor Robles $2.5M Lane Thomas $2.1M Ildemaro Vargas $1.1M Luke Voit $8.2M Copyright © 2022 Score Media Ventures Inc. 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Source: The Score
Friday, Nov 18, 2022


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