34 Players Hit the Free-Agent Market

The free-agent market has gotten notably bigger, as 34 new players are now available to be signed. Players with at least three years of MLB experience have the option to hit the open market if they are not on a team's 40-man roster. Therefore, this array of players has elected to become free agents because of it, and we should expect more to come from here.


Tyler Beede (Pirates)

Austin Brice (Pirates)

Miguel Del Pozo (Tigers)

Jerad Eickhoff (Pirates)

Luke Farrell (Reds)

Paul Fry (Diamondbacks)

Eric Hanhold (Pirates)

Travis Lakins Sr. (Orioles)

Mike Mayers (Angels)

Daniel Mengden (Royals)

Juan Minaya (Nationals)

Sean Newcomb (Cubs)

Dillon Peters (Pirates)

Dereck Rodriguez (Twins)

Cesar Valdez (Angels)

Aneurys Zabala (Marlins)


Willians Astudillo (Marlins)

Johan Camargo (Phillies)

Michael Chavis (Pirates)

Matt Davidson (Athletics)

Dixon Machado (Giants)

Richie Martin (Orioles)

Josh VanMeter (Pirates)

Tyler Wade (Yankees)


Greg Allen (Pirates)

Lewis Brinson (Giants)

Jaylin Davis (Red Sox)

Jonathan Davis (Brewers)

Jackson Frazier (Cubs)

Brett Phillips (Orioles)


Taylor Davis (Pirates)

Dustin Garneau (Tigers)

Andrew Knapp (Giants)

Pedro Severino (Brewers)

As stated above, there are A LOT of new players hitting the market. Some of these players should get considerable interest, with Michael Chavis, Willians Astudillo, and Brett Phillips being examples. Nevertheless, let's see how many of these players find new homes from here.

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