Lista de Agentes Libres

The following players became free agents on Sunday, Oct. 30, and will be eligible to sign with any team at 12:01 a.m. ET on Thursday, Nov. 3.

Atlanta Braves
Gonzalez, Alex
Linebrink, Scott
McLouth, Nate
Sherrill, George
Wilson, Jack

Arizona Diamondbacks
Marquis, Jason
McDonald, John
Nady, Xavier
Overbay, Lyle

Baltimore Orioles
Guerrero, Vladimir
Izturis, Cesar

Boston Red Sox
Bedard, Erik
Drew, J.D.
Jackson, Conor
Miller, Trever
Ortiz, David
Papelbon, Jon
Varitek, Jason
Wakefield, Tim

Chicago Cubs
Grabow, John
Johnson, Reed
Lopez, Rodrigo
Ortiz, Ramon
Pena, Carlos
Wood, Kerry

Cincinnati Reds
Hernandez, Ramon J.
Renteria, Edgar
Willis, Dontrelle

Cleveland Indians
Durbin, Chad
Fukudome, Kosuke*
Thome, Jim

Colorado Rockies
Cook, Aaron
Ellis, Mark
Millwood, Kevin
Romero, J.C.

Chicago White Sox
Buehrle, Mark
Castro, Ramon
Pierre, Juan
Vizquel, Omar

Detroit Tigers
Betemit, Wilson
Guillen, Carlos
Ordonez, Magglio
Penny, Brad
Santiago, Ramon
Zumaya, Joel

Florida Marlins
Dobbs, Greg
Lopez, Jose
Vazquez, Javier C.

Houston Astros
Barmes, Clint
Michaels, Jason

Kansas City Royals
Chen, Bruce
Francis, Jeff
Kendall, Jason

Los Angeles Angels
Branyan, Russ
Pineiro, Joel
Ramirez, Horacio
Rodney, Fernando

Los Angeles Dodgers
Barajas, Rod
Blake, Casey
Broxton, Jonathan
Carroll, Jamey
Garland, Jon
Kuroda, Hiroki*
MacDougal, Mike
Miles, Aaron
Padilla, Vicente
Rivera, Juan

Milwaukee Brewers
Betancourt, Yuniesky
Counsell, Craig
Fielder, Prince
Hairston Jr, Jerry
Hawkins, LaTroy
Kotsay, Mark S.
Rodriguez, Francisco
Saito, Takashi

Minnesota Twins
Capps, Matt
Cuddyer, Mike
Kubel, Jason
Nathan, Joe

New York Mets
Batista, Miguel
Capuano, Chris
Hairston, Scott
Harris, Willie
Isringhausen, Jason
Reyes, Jose
Young, Chris

New York Yankees
Ayala, Luis
Chavez, Eric
Colon, Bartolo
Garcia, Freddy Antonio
Jones, Andruw
Marte, Damaso
Mitre, Sergio
Posada, Jorge

Oakland Athletics
Crisp, Coco
DeJesus, David
Harden, Rich
Matsui, Hideki
Willingham, Josh

Philadelphia Phillies
Gload, Ross
Ibanez, Raul J.
Lidge, Bradley
Madson, Ryan
Oswalt, Roy
Rollins, Jimmy
Schneider, Brian

Pittsburgh Pirates
Lee, Derrek
Ludwick, Ryan

San Diego Padres
Bell, Heath
Harang, Aaron
Hawpe, Brad
Qualls, Chad

Seattle Mariners
Bard, Josh
Kennedy, Adam
Pena, Wily
Wright, Jamey

San Francisco Giants
Beltran, Carlos
Burrell, Pat
Cabrera, Orlando
De Rosa, Mark
Mota, Guillermo
Ross, Cody

St. Louis Cardinals
Jackson, Edwin
Laird, Gerald
Pujols, Albert
Punto, Nick
Rhodes, Arthur

Tampa Bay Rays
Cruz, Juan
Damon, Johnny
Kotchman, Casey

Texas Rangers
Chavez, Endy
Gonzalez, Mike
Oliver, Darren
Treanor, Matt
Webb, Brandon
Wilson, C.J.

Toronto Blue Jays
Camp, Shawn
Francisco, Frank
Johnson, Kelly
Molina, Jose

Washington Nationals
Ankiel, Rick
Coffey, Todd
Cora, Alex
Gomes, Jonny
Hernandez, Livan
Nix, Laynce
Rodriguez, Ivan
Wang, Chien-Ming

* Eligible per contract terms.

The following players have option provisions in their contracts that, if not exercised by either the players or the teams, will make them free agents.

Arizona Diamondbacks
Duke, Zach
Blanco, Henry
Bloomquist, Willie
Hill, Aaron

Boston Red Sox
Scutaro, Marco
Wheeler, Daniel

Chicago Cubs
Ramirez, Aramis

Cincinnati Reds
Cordero, Francisco
Phillips, Brandon

Cleveland Indians
Sizemore, Grady

Colorado Rockies
Giambi, Jason

Los Angeles Angels
Wells, Vernon

New York Yankees
Soriano, Rafael
Sabathia, C.C.
Cano, Robinson
Swisher, Nick

Pittsburgh Pirates
Cedeno, Ronny
Doumit, Ryan
Maholm, Paul
Snyder, Chris

San Francisco Giants
Affeldt, Jeremy

St. Louis Cardinals
Dotel, Octavio
Furcal, Rafael
Molina, Yadier
Patterson, Corey

Tampa Bay Rays
Farnsworth, Kyle
Shoppach, Kelly

Toronto Blue Jays
Encarnacion, Edwin
Rauch, Jon

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BiGGiE

BiGGiE
Miembro del equipo
New York Yankees
Ayala, Luis
Chavez, Eric
Colon, Bartolo
Garcia, Freddy
Jones, Andruw
Marte, Damaso NO REGRESA Según http://newyork.yankees.mlb.com/news/art ... y&c_id=nyy
Mitre, Sergio
Posada, Jorge

The following players have option provisions in their contracts that, if not exercised by either the players or the teams, will make them free agents.

New York Yankees
Soriano, Rafael
Sabathia, C.C.
Cano, Robinson EJERCIDA LA OPCIÓN Según >> http://newyork.yankees.mlb.com/news/art ... y&c_id=nyy
Swisher, Nick EJERCIDA LA OPCIÓN Según >> http://newyork.yankees.mlb.com/news/art ... y&c_id=nyy
 

Chamizu

Administrador
Robinson Cano contrató los servicios de Scott Boras, lo primero que quiso hacer Boras fue deshacer el contrato de Cano, que le quedan dos años de opciones para el 2012 y 2013 de 14 y 15 millones respectivamente, y crear uno nuevo, un multianual bastante gordo. Obviamente los Yankees se negaron. Por que el intento de Boras aun sabiendo el esperado rechazo por parte de los Yankees? quizás porque intentarlo no cuesta nada o quizás porque NO recibe comisión con el contrato actual de Cano... #zorroviejo
 

alberto silva

Administrador
Miembro del equipo
Sin duda que la joya de la corona es Albert Pujols, suponiendo que los Cardenales lo dejen ir, lo que es muy poco probable. Otros notables en el mercado son, entre otros, David Ortiz, John Papelbon, Prince Fielder, José Reyes, Ryan Madson, C. J. Wilson, C. C. Sabathia y Yadier Molina. El venezolano de mayor valor entre los transables es quizás Francisco Rodríguez
 

Chamizu

Administrador
joecali dijo:
wakefield regresara???
El quiere jugar un año mas para romper el record de mas victorias para un lanzador de Boston porque dice que "la aficion se lo merece"...la aficion le mando una carta diciendo "si esperamos 86 años por un titulo podemos esperar otros 86 por un lanzador que rompa ese record, no te preocupes ya puedes retirarte, muchas gracias por la disposicion though ;) " .. :roll:
 
P

Pablo

Invitado
:arrow: C.C. Sabathia ha renovado con los Yankees por cinco años y un sueldo de 122 millones de dolares en total.
:arrow: Los Braves han mandado a Derek Lowe a los Indians por Chris Jones un pitcher de ligas menores y una cantidad de dinero en efectivo.
 

GERARDO

Grande Liga
Cleveland rechaza la opcion de Grady Sizemore asi que este es Agente Libre y no creo que vayan por el ya que Cleveland tiene a Brantley y Ezequiel Carrera que puede cubrir la baja de Sizemore

Asi que Grady Sizemore sera otro de los FA atractivos y mas buscado
Posibles destinos Giants,Marlins,Astros,White Sox,Mets,Nationals y Rangers
 
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joecali

Invitado
Es un tragainning compadre y por la opcion que tiene Boston seguramente volvera, ademas una salida situacional y evitar desordenar la rotacion por una lesion o suspension no esta mal....
 

Chamizu

Administrador
Si para llegar a las 200 victorias le costo al equipo 7 derrotas, cuando intente empatar el record de Clemens y Cy Young (le faltan 6 victorias) le va a costar al equipo 42 derrotas, no pana mucho riesgo, que lo contraten para el bullpen y sale ganando..
 

GERARDO

Grande Liga
La predicion de la pagina MLBTRADERUMORS de los supuestos 50top Agente Libres :

1. Albert Pujols - Cardinals. The Cubs, Blue Jays, Orioles, Mariners, Rangers, Marlins, Nationals, and Dodgers are other potential suitors, but a significant premium would be required to lure away the longtime Cardinal. $225-230MM over nine years seems a fair compromise for the Cardinals and their superstar first baseman.

2. Prince Fielder - Mariners.
Fielder has the same potential suitors as Pujols, with the Brewers also a possibility. The Scott Boras client is a tough free agent to place, as there are good reasons for every team to avoid a potential $150MM+ commitment. The Mariners and Cubs are the most likely matches for me. Mariners GM Jack Zduriencik drafted Fielder in '02 with the Brewers, and his team lacks a premium bat.

3. Jose Reyes - Brewers.
Reyes is another difficult top free agent to predict. The Nationals, Braves, Phillies, Giants, Pirates, Reds, Twins, Rays, and Cardinals could have a need at shortstop, but not all of those teams can or should spend $100MM+ on Reyes. The Mets will entertain re-signing Reyes, but the Brewers seem more likely to approach Ryan Braun's speculated $120MM price range.

4. C.J. Wilson - Nationals. Wilson's poor postseason may have damaged his stock slightly, but in his defense he racked up 250 innings over 39 starts this season in total and started 37 games in 2010. $100MM is still possible for Wilson, though 78% of MLBTR readers think he'll fall short. Front-of-the-rotation starting pitching is a big need for many teams, including the Nationals, Marlins, Royals, Blue Jays, Yankees, Red Sox, and Cubs.

5. Yu Darvish - Blue Jays. Darvish is not technically a free agent, and in fact he hasn't even decided about being posted at this point. If he does come over from Japan, a $100MM commitment will likely be required. The Yankees, Red Sox, Rangers, Nationals, Mariners, and Royals could put in bids, and it wouldn't be surprising to see a few "mystery teams" enter the fray.

6. Edwin Jackson - Marlins. Jackson, a Scott Boras client, could also make sense for the Nationals and several other teams looking for a 200-inning starter with upside. Since Jackson is only 28, Boras could seek a four-year deal.

7. Jimmy Rollins - Phillies. Rollins probably won't find the five-year deal he seeks, but the Phillies have the need and the means to reach a new agreement with him.

8. Aramis Ramirez - Orioles. Ramirez seeks a multiyear deal, and as the best available free agent third baseman he's justified. He could give the Orioles a powerful corner bat on a three-year deal.

9. Carlos Beltran - Red Sox. Beltran is a tough player to place, if the Giants are unable to re-sign him. He's a 34-year-old Scott Boras client who's likely to seek at least three years despite significant injury concerns in 2009-10 and a disinterest in being a designated hitter. It'll take a team with a right field opening and a tolerance for risk.

10. Jonathan Papelbon - Red Sox. I can picture the Red Sox going as high as three years and $39MM to retain Papelbon, though the closer will test the market. A half-dozen teams could seek closers this winter, but the list is short on big spenders and it's been a while since we've had a $40MM+ reliever.

11. Michael Cuddyer - Twins. Cuddyer would fit with the Rockies, Red Sox, or Cubs, but he's spent his entire career with the Twins and may prefer to stay.

12. Mark Buehrle - White Sox. Buehrle is another player who is difficult to picture with another club. The lefty finds the National League enticing, however, and he could join Ozzie Guillen in Miami since the Cardinals don't have an opening.

13. David Ortiz - Blue Jays. Ortiz backed off from his comments about Red Sox drama, and there's a limited market for an expensive player with no ability to play defense. Still, he'd give Toronto's offense a nice boost without requiring more than a two-year deal. That might leave Edwin Encarnacion having to play a significant amount of first base, however.

14. Ryan Madson - Phillies. If the Phillies don't re-sign Madson, and the Red Sox keep Papelbon, who would give Madson big money to close? As a Scott Boras client, Madson could seek a four-year deal with a salary approaching $10MM.

15. Hiroki Kuroda - Dodgers. Kuroda doesn't want to play anywhere else, according to Dodgers GM Ned Colletti.

16. Carlos Pena - Pirates. Pena is a nice fit for the Pirates on another one-year deal, assuming they don't re-sign Derrek Lee.

17. Francisco Rodriguez - Marlins. K-Rod, a Scott Boras client, would like to return to the closing role on a three-year deal. The Marlins would have the opening and the money, if they non-tender Juan Carlos Oviedo.

18. Roy Oswalt - Rangers. Oswalt could return to Texas for a winning team, and he'll require a much shorter commitment than C.J. Wilson.

19. Javier Vazquez - Retirement. There's a strong sentiment that Vazquez will retire, but he'd be in demand if not after posting a 1.92 ERA and 6.05 K/BB ratio since mid-June.

20. Heath Bell - Padres. Bell hopes and expects to return to the Padres, perhaps on the first multiyear deal of his career.

21. Coco Crisp - Giants. Though he posted a low on-base percentage in 2011, Crisp could fill the Giants' need for a center fielder and leadoff man.

22. Hisashi Iwakuma - Twins. The Twins bid on Iwakuma last year when he was posted, and this year they can simply sign him as a free agent.

23. Kelly Johnson - Dodgers. Johnson could provide the Dodgers some offense from second base, though the Blue Jays and Tigers could also be in the mix.

24. Josh Willingham - Reds. As one of few affordable right-handed power sources on the market, Willingham could fit with the Reds, Rockies, Indians, and others.

25. Paul Maholm - Rockies. Though Maholm does not appear to be on the Rockies' radar at the moment, he's coming off a decent season and won't require a huge commitment.

26. Grady Sizemore - Marlins. Sizemore is a classic risk/reward case, and the Marlins don't seem interested in playing it safe this winter.

27. Bartolo Colon - Red Sox. Colon had an excellent comeback season, but he will still have a hard time finding a two-year deal. Perhaps he could take an incentive-based contract and remain in the AL East with the Red Sox.

28. Erik Bedard - Blue Jays. If the Blue Jays hit on a wild card like Bedard and also land Darvish, they'd have a fearsome rotation. Bedard is a healthy free agent for the first time, and perhaps he'll lean toward his native Canada.

29. David DeJesus - Cubs. DeJesus could be an asset for the Cubs at the outfield corners on a one-year deal.

30. Jason Kubel - Dodgers. Kubel could improve the Dodgers' offense as their left fielder, unless they go with Jerry Sands at the position.

31. Ramon Hernandez - Pirates. Hernandez would give the Pirates offense out of the catcher spot, though GM Neal Huntington may balk at giving up a second-round pick to sign him.

32. Jeff Francis - Pirates. Francis is one of many starting pitchers who could add depth to the Pirates' rotation at a reasonable cost.

33. Chris Capuano - Mariners. After subtracting Doug Fister this summer, Mariners GM Jack Zduriencik seems likely to add a piece to his rotation.

34. Tsuyoshi Wada - Orioles. Wada is expected to come to MLB as a free agent, though one question is his ability to handle a full rotation workload.

35. Clint Barmes - Twins. Barmes provided good value this season, and the Twins have a clear middle-infield need.

36. Casey Kotchman - Rays. Kotchman posted a fine 2011 season after signing a minor league deal, but his price should remain reasonable as teams wonder whether he can do it again.

37. Freddy Garcia - Yankees. Even with Sabathia in the fold, the Yankees will need additional rotation depth. Another stint with Garcia makes sense if his price remains reasonable.

38. Aaron Hill - Diamondbacks. Hill's stellar 142 plate appearances for the Diamondbacks this year provided hope he can bounce back in 2012.

39. Johnny Damon - Orioles.
Damon probably requires a designated hitter opening, yet his level of offense doesn't justify a full-time spot. He's a difficult free agent to place.

40. Aaron Harang - Angels. Would Harang accept a below-market deal to stay close to home?

41. Jamey Carroll - Tigers. The versatile Carroll fits at the top of the Tigers' order, playing mostly second base.

42. Rafael Furcal - Cardinals. The Cardinals and Furcal are known to have mutual interest in a new deal; he showed promise in his Cards stint this year.

43. Juan Pierre - Reds. Pierre will have to take a more reduced role next year, perhaps under Dusty Baker again.

44. Frank Francisco - Mariners. Francisco was homer-prone this year, but he's still an asset in the late innings.

45. Jason Marquis - Mets. Marquis may have to take a one-year deal with the Mets to realize his goal of playing in New York.

46. Joel Pineiro - Cubs. Pineiro had great success in '09 in the NL Central, and could be a bargain if he rights the ship.

47. Jonathan Broxton - Mets. Broxton had arthroscopic surgery to remove a bone spur and loose bodies from his elbow in September and expects to be ready for Spring Training. Though he may not be the Broxton of old, I expect incentive-laden offers to be plentiful.

48. Joe Nathan - Twins. Nathan is excited about free agency, but after so many successful years closing for the Twins he may want to return to the role full-time in 2012.

49. Kerry Wood - Cubs. It's Cubs or retirement for Wood, and there's no reason not to bring him back.

50. Bruce Chen - Royals. As long as Chen's price tag doesn't get excessive, he's a good fit back with the Royals.
 
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Pablo

Invitado
Yo creo que nosotros no vamos a entrar en la puja por ningun gran free agent, yo espero que no renovemos a Kuroda a mi no me convence mucho
 

Mauricio Marquez

Administrador
Miembro del equipo
Chamizu dijo:
joecali dijo:
wakefield regresara???
El quiere jugar un año mas para romper el record de mas victorias para un lanzador de Boston porque dice que "la aficion se lo merece"...la aficion le mando una carta diciendo "si esperamos 86 años por un titulo podemos esperar otros 86 por un lanzador que rompa ese record, no te preocupes ya puedes retirarte, muchas gracias por la disposicion though ;) " .. :roll:
jajajajaja... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

GERARDO

Grande Liga
Yo creo me atrevo a pronosticar que sera asi :

1- Albert Pujols- Cardinals
2- Prince Fielder- Rangers
3- Jose Reyes- Mets
4- CJ Wilson- Rangers
5- Yu Darvish- Yankees
6- Edwin Jackson- Marlins
7- Jimmy Rollins- Phillies
8- Aramis Ramirez- Cubs
9- Carlos Beltran- Giants
10- Jonathan Papelbon- Angels
11- Michael Cuddyer- Brewers
12- Mark Buerlher- White Sox
13- David Ortiz- Red Sox
14- Ryan Madson- Phillies
15- Hiroki Kuroda- Mariners
16- Carlos Peña- Cubs
17- Francisco Rodriguez- Cubs
18- Roy Oswalt- Phillies
19- Javier Vazquez- Marlins
20- Heath Bell- Padres
21- Coco Crisp- Athletics
22- Hisashi Iwakuma- Nationals
23- Kelly Johnson- Diamondbacks
24- Josh Willingham- Giants
25- Paul Maholm- Royals
26- Grady Sizemore- White Sox
27- Bartolo Colon- Mets
28- Erik Bedard- Orioles
29- Francisco Cordero- Dodgers
30- Vladimir Guerrero- Orioles
31- Jason Kubel- Cubs
32- Ramon Hernandez- Astros
33- Tsuyoshi Wada- Blue Jays
34- Clint Barmes- Astros
35- Alex Gonzalez- Braves
36- Casey Kotchman- Rays
37- Freddy Garcia-Yankees
38- Aaron Hill- Diamondbacks
39- Johnny Damon- Rays
40- Aaron Harang- Padres
41- Rafael Furcal- Cardinals
42- Juan Pierre- Nationals
43- Frank Francisco- Red Sox
44- Jonathan Broxton- Mets
45- Fernando Rodney- Red Sox
46- Joe Nathan- Twins
47- Bruce Chen- Royals
48- Derrek Lee- Pirates
49- Joel Piñieiro- Rockies
50- Jamey Carroll- Twins
 
Con esa postemporada que lanzo CJ, dudo que algun equipo le ofrezca mas de lo que puede conseguir de texas, deberia ser un contrato alrededor de 10M por año, mas de ahi (creo yo) seria un robo...

Por cierto Jed Hoyer nuevo Gerente General de los Cubs, y entonces ¿que puesto es Theo Epstein?
 

Chamizu

Administrador
"Si Verlander y Felix Hernandez no hubiesen firmado extensiones ahora serían agentes libres, CJ WIlson ya les agradeciste?" Jon Morosi de Fox Sports
 

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