Free Agent Profiles
Freeman ain’t leaving Atlanta. Or is he?
The powerful Japanese outfielder has at least half a dozen MLB teams interested in his services
Now in the twilight of a Hall of Fame career, Zack Greinke looks for a new team to call home as he turns 38.
Nelson Cruz has managed to defy father time for this long, but how much will teams bet on him continuing that trend?
Speedy, athletic, and with some power, the center fielder is coming off the best season of his career and will seek a nice multi-year contract this winter
After being nontendered, signed, and then traded, October hero Eddie Rosario hopes to get his big payday on the open market at age 30
The super-utility played on a cheap contract with the Mets in 2021, but proved his worth and may look for a multi-year deal
Jansen spent the first 12 years of his career in LA.
The former Colorado Rockies’ shortstop is a nice player with a fine track record. Will he pay the Coors’ penalty in his next contract?
The greatest pitcher in Dodger history could be wearing a different uniform next season.
The best bullpen arm available in the 2021-22 free agent class, Iglesias is primed to get a considerable payday from a contender
The former Los Angeles Dodgers’ shortstop comes with some defensive questions but mashes like few other shortstops and will be a very rich man as a result
After setting career highs in nearly all peripheral stats, Eduardo Rodríguez is set up for a payday, as long as teams are willing to look past his ERA.
The southpaw had a career season in 2021, but there are questions about his health and ability to handle a big workload
A completely objective look at the Giants’ captain
He’s one of the biggest free agents on the market, but where will he land?
Even in a loaded market for shortstops, Carlos Correa is as good as it gets.
Eh, maybe except the Pirates...
On the free agent market, there’s Trevor Bauer, Jake Odorizzi, and everyone else. Walker is perhaps the best of everyone else.
There are better third basemen available, but those will cost humans.
Even as he ages, Brantley should continue to provide considerable value with the bat.