Chart: MLB free agency

  • Updated: November 6, 2013 - 8:56 PM

MLB free agency

Nov. 1: One day after the World Series ended, hundreds of players became free agents.

Monday: Was the last day in which the players’ current teams could offer a one-year qualifying offer for $14.1 million. The players have seven days to decide whether to accept that deal or enter the open market. Thirteen free agents received the offers. Last year, nine players were given qualifying offers and none accepted. Of those nine, only David Ortiz of the Boston Red Sox ended up staying with the same team.

Tuesday: Free agents were free to begin negotiating and sign with any team.

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Pittsburgh - WP: B. Morris 8 FINAL
Cincinnati - LP: S. LeCure 7
Atlanta 0 Postponed
Philadelphia 0
Chicago Cubs 0 Postponed
NY Yankees 0
Tampa Bay 0 Postponed
Baltimore 0
Cleveland 0 Postponed
Detroit 0
Washington - LP: S. Strasburg 2 FINAL
Miami - WP: T. Koehler 11
Pittsburgh - LP: G. Cole 5 FINAL
Cincinnati - WP: M. Leake 7
Seattle - LP: B. Beavan 0 FINAL
Texas - WP: R. Ross Jr. 5
St. Louis - WP: S. Miller 6 FINAL
Milwaukee - LP: M. Estrada 1
Boston - LP: B. Badenhop 1 FINAL
Chicago WSox - WP: D. Webb 2
Kansas City - WP: Y. Ventura 4 FINAL
Houston - LP: L. Harrell 2
Toronto - WP: A. Loup 9 FINAL
Minnesota - LP: P. Hughes 3
NY Mets - WP: J. Mejia 9 FINAL
Arizona - LP: B. Arroyo 0
Oakland 10 Bottom 11th Inning
LA Angels 9
Colorado - WP: J. Nicasio 3 FINAL
San Diego - LP: R. Erlin 2
Los Angeles 2 Bottom 10th Inning
San Francisco 2
New York 109 FINAL
Brooklyn 98
Denver 105 FINAL
LA Clippers 117
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