The deadline to finalize contracts for arbitration-eligible players is 7:00 p.m. Central. Here is a list of players from American League teams who did not bid today. This post will be updated as more decisions are revealed.

MLBTR contributor Matt Swartz Estimated salary Last month for all arb-eligible players. To Transactions…

Recent transactions

  • of Red Sox Untendered infielder Yu Chang, b Alex Spier of the Boston Globe. This is the club’s second non-bid of the day, with Cordero pictured below. The versatile infielder started the year with the Rangers but was later traded to the Pirates, then claimed by the Rays and Red Sox. In those four teams, he hit .208/.289/.315 for a wRC+ of 78.

previous activities

  • of Athletics They announced that they did not offer contracts to three players: Right-handed Deolis GuerraLeft-handed Jared Coin and infielder David McKinnon. Guerrera is the most experienced of the three players, making his MLB debut in 2015 and playing 136 games. Unfortunately, he wanted Tommy John Surgery in April, missing the entire 2022 campaign and possibly some of 2023 as well.
  • of Red Sox They are outfield/non-first class players. Franchi Cordero, According to MassLive.com’s Chris Cotillo. Cordero appeared in 84 games for the Red Sox this past season, but hit .219/.300/.397 with just eight home runs and had a very poor grade defensively.
  • of Astros It varies with the therapist Josh Jamessuch as Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle It is expected that they will not bid tonight. He spent the entire 2022 campaign in the minors, and underwent cruciate ligament surgery in October and is unlikely to return.
  • of Rangers Rightist announced Nick Snyder No contract awarded. He has only 4 2/3 innings of MLB experience over the past two seasons. He spent most of 2022 in Triple-A, posting a 4.97 ERA over 38 innings, albeit with a 30.9% strikeout rate.
  • of Royals He chose a non-bid graph Jake Brentz and the right hand Nate Webb, the team announced. That’s no surprise, as both players were. Assigned to assign earlier this week. As a result, they lose their 40-man roster spot, but the non-tender means Kansas City doesn’t have to go through waivers before sending them straight to free agency. Ann Rogers of MLB.com Tweets Kansas City is offering contracts including the rest of their arbitration clause Brad Keller And Amir Garrett -Each seems less likely to make the cut after tough seasons.



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