White Sox sign Grandal to 4-year, $73M deal
The Chicago White Sox and catcher Yasmani Grandal have agreed to a four-year, $73-million contract, the team announced on Thursday. OFFICIAL: The #WhiteSox have agreed to terms on a four-year, $73-million contract with free agent All-Star catcher Yasmani Grandal (@YazmanianDVL08). Under terms of the agreement, Grandal will receive $18.25 million per year from 2020-2023. pic.twitter.com/dczzZo8UTE — Chicago White Sox (@whitesox) November 21, 2019 Grandal, 31, is coming off a one-year deal with the Milwaukee Brewers, which he signed after rejecting the one-year qualifying offer the Los Angeles Dodgers tendered to him.
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Here are six well-known players who could be cut loose and head into free agency. This wouldn't be much of a problem if he was actually ready to play next year. After undergoing Tommy John surgery, Gregorius is about to miss a big chunk of time.
The current free-agent class will add some new names following the non-tender deadline on Dec. 2.
Arbitration-eligible players must be tendered a contract before the deadline in order to stay under team control. If they aren't, the player can sign with another club, and that new team would inherit the remaining arbitration years attached to the player's deal.
Every season, players are non-tendered because teams believe their expected salaries in arbitration will outweigh their future production.
Here are 10 notable players who could be non-tendered ahead of this year's deadline.
Report: Mariners sign Graveman to 1-year, $1.5M contract
The Seattle Mariners have signed right-handed starting pitcher Kendall Graveman to a one-year, $1.5-million contract, a source told Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic. The deal includes a $3.5-million club option for 2021 with a $500,000 buyout. For his career, Graveman is 23-29 with a 4.38 ERA and a 1.38 WHIP with 286 strikeouts in 446 innings. The 28-year-old hasn't pitched in the majors since 2018 when he was a member of the Oakland Athletics. He underwent Tommy John surgery that July and was then non-tendered by Oakland in the offseason.Graveman signed with the Chicago Cubs for 2019, but he only completed six minor-league innings before his 2020 option was declined.
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Jackie Bradley Jr., Red Sox
Projected salary in arbitration: $11 million
Bradley is still a valuable player by WAR, but his 2019 season was far from the level he reached in 2016 when his 118 wRC+ and 11 defensive runs saved made him one of the American League's top outfielders. Losing him would be a tough pill to swallow, but Chaim Bloom needs to cut salary, and moving on from Bradley is the most logical place to start.
Maikel Franco, Phillies
Projected salary in arbitration: $6.7 million
Franco's time in Philadelphia could be up. He lost his starting job last season, and the Phillies are now looking at a number of premium players in free agency. It's doubtful the organization will pay Franco nearly $7 million to come off the bench, so he'll likely land somewhere else. He still has value, though, after averaging 22 homers and 72 RBIs over the past four seasons.
11 MLB non-tender candidates who could become free agents
While these players can still be dealt ahead of Monday's deadline, here are some of the big names who could be non-tendered and become free agents.
As this year's non - tender deadline passed, Billy Hamilton, Jonathan Schoop, Matt Davidson were among Hamilton, going through arbitration for the third time with the Cincinnati Reds, could have made million to Unwilling to gamble $ 10 million by going to salary arbitration with Schoop, Stearns decided not to offer Other notable players who were non - tendered Friday night. American League.
Players get non - tendered contracts for various reasons, such as not wanting to lose in arbitration or the Flores could be a serviceable designated hitter for several American League teams after posting a .804 Another notable name and perhaps surprising is Billy Hamilton, who was non - tendered a
Kevin Gausman, Reds
Projected salary in arbitration: $10.6 million
To acquire Gausman's high-upside arm, the Reds took on the remainder of his salary (around $3 million) after claiming him from the Braves last season. But while the right-hander posted an improved 3.17 FIP and a career-best 11.7 K/9 rate out of Cincinnati's bullpen, it's unlikely the team will pay him nearly $11 million to serve as a reliever.
Jake Lamb, Diamondbacks
Projected salary in arbitration: $5 million
During 2016 and '17, Lamb was one of Arizona's brightest up-and-coming stars. Since then, he's provided the club with just 0.3 WAR in 134 games due to a variety of injuries. With Eduardo Escobar and Christian Walker entrenched at the corner infield spots, Lamb doesn't seem to have anywhere to play. Rather than paying $5 million for a platoon player with injury concerns, Arizona will likely decide to non-tender Lamb.
56 players non-tendered, become free agents
Outfielder Kevin Pillar, who received a down-ballot MVP vote this year, was among the 56 players not tendered a contract ahead of Monday's 8 PM ET deadline.We mentioned that shortstop Addison Russell is among them. Other notable players not tendered contracts include outfielder Kevin Pillar (who received an MVP vote), shortstop Tim Beckham, second baseman César Hernández, third baseman Maikel Franco, starter Taijuan Walker, starter Jimmy Nelson, reliever Blake Treinen, infielder José Peraza, and catcher Josh Phegley.
Chris Wesseling lists 10 candidates who could be traded before the draft ends later this month. The annual draft serves as an unofficial deadline for players languishing on the trade block since the Now that Butler has signed his tender , will the Patriots entertain the idea of flipping him to the Saints in an
This doesn’t work for non - tendered players who have already exhausted their arb eligibility (hence, no Avisail Garcia). We also won’t list players who Strickland hasn’t actually thrown many innings this season due to injury, but a solid showing down the stretch could make him a keeper for a Nats club
Kevin Pillar, Giants
Projected salary in arbitration: $9.7 million
While Pillar has been one of the Giants' best run-producers since being acquired from the Blue Jays, it's hard to overlook his .293 on-base percentage and 2.8% walk rate. The Giants are looking to shed payroll and aging players as they chart a new course under Farhan Zaidi, which could spell the end of Pillar's short tenure in the Bay Area.
Addison Russell, Cubs
Projected salary in arbitration: $5.1 million
It could finally be time for the Cubs to cut ties with Russell. The former All-Star has produced two straight seasons with an OPS under .700, and Javy Baez and Nico Hoerner both look like better options at shortstop. It's not like $5 million is a lot of money for the big-market Cubs, but they're trying to trim payroll and could find more production for less salary in another option.
Aaron Sanchez, Astros
Projected salary in arbitration: $5.6 million
All-Star catcher James McCann agrees to a 1-year, $5.4 million deal with the White Sox
CHICAGO - James McCann had a career year in 2019 with the White Sox. He'll have to adapt to a new role in 2020 because of the team's acquisition of fellow catcher Yasmani Grandal, but he's still part of the Sox's plans. McCann and the club avoided arbitration, agreeing Monday to a one-year, $5.4 million deal for 2020. He'll be a free agent after the 2020 season. The McCann signing comes less than two weeks after the Sox signed Grandal to a four-year, $73 million contract, the largest in team history, on Nov. 21.
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The Astros looked like geniuses when Sanchez contributed to a combined no-hitter in his first start with the team and followed that up with five innings of one-run ball. However, he proceeded to allow nine earned runs and five homers in his next two starts before being shut down for the year. Sanchez is expected to miss at least the beginning of the 2020 campaign while recovering from shoulder surgery, which could make him expendable since he'll be a free agent entering 2021.
Blake Treinen, Athletics
Projected salary in arbitration: $7.8 million
Treinen was arguably the best reliever in baseball during 2018, but like many other bullpen stars, he couldn't replicate that success the following year. In 2019, the 31-year-old struggled to find the strike zone (5.7 BB/9) and was a negative-WAR player for Oakland. With the emergence of Liam Hendriks and a deep bullpen, the penny-pinching A's are unlikely to spend close to $8 million to keep Treinen.
Jonathan Villar, Orioles
Projected salary in arbitration: $10.4 million
Villar was the best player on a very bad Orioles team in 2019, which could wind up costing him a job with the club in 2020. The 28-year-old played in every game for Baltimore during the season, hitting a career-high 24 home runs and once again ranking among the game's top base-stealers. But the Orioles are rebuilding, so paying Villar north of $10 million just doesn't add up.
Takeaways from MLB's non-tender deadline
Now that Major League Baseball's deadline to tender contracts to arbitration-eligible players has come and gone, here are the seven biggest takeaways from the event that left a cast of decent players unemployed: White Sox invest $5.4M in backup catcher In his final year of arbitration and coming off a breakout, All-Star campaign, James McCann undoubtedly deserved a raise and is still a bargain at $5.4 million. However, after the Chicago White Sox invested $123 million earlier this winter in Yasmani Grandal and Jose Abreu, it might be difficult for the club to find playing time for the 29-year-old beyond a backup catcher role.
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Four notable non - tenders who are now intriguing MLB free agents. Of the roughly two dozen players to not be tendered a contract, a good handful figure to draw Smyly could be an interesting stash for a contender. The 28-year-old left-hander never pitched for the Seattle Mariners in 2017 after
Mike Zunino, Rays
Projected salary in arbitration: $4.9 million
The Rays had high hopes for Zunino when they acquired him before the 2019 season, but things just didn't work out. He lost the starting job to Travis d'Arnaud and hit just .165/.232/.312 in 90 games while posting a horrendous 15 wRC+. The Rays don't have a starting catcher heading into 2020, and Zunino still plays good defense and has some pop (104 career homers), but Tampa's front office is all about finding value, and nearly $5 million isn't a bargain.
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The top 10 most interesting MLB players non-tendered .
The top 10 most interesting MLB players non-tenderedMonday’s non-tender deadline allowed clubs to cut ties with players that are still under team control. Typically, the players that are non-tendered are arbitration-eligible and figure to make more than the team is willing to pay during the process. This season, 14 of the 52 players that were non-tendered hadn’t yet reached arbitration.