The bidding deadline for arbitration-eligible players is tonight at 7:00 PM CST. Here is a summary of the players on today’s non-bidding National League teams. This post will be updated as more resolutions are revealed. All players who do not bid go directly into free agency
MLBTR contributor Matt Schwartz Expected salaries To all players who qualified for the Arab League last month.
- The reds They have no right other than to bid Daniel Duarte and a minor league outfielder Alan Cerda, both removed from the 40-man list. Neither of them were eligible for arbitration, but Cincinnati would send both of them to free agency without having to put either of them on waivers. Duarte has appeared in three starts this year, his first as a senior. Cerda, 23 next month, has not yet made it to the majors. 198/.350/.401 in 257 plate appearances at Double-A. Cincinnati also announced six players named for assignment earlier this week – Aristides AquinoAnd the Jared SolomonAnd the Kyle DoodyAnd the Derek LowAnd the Art Warren And the Jeff Hoffman – Everything was abandoned. Duarte and Cerda have already agreed to re-sign with Cincinnati on minor league deals, reports MLB.com’s Mark Sheldon (Twitter link).
- The Brave Free up a pair of 40-man roster spots by no-bid minor league pitchers Brooks Wilson And the Alan Rangel. Rangel spent most of last season at Double-A, while Wilson didn’t play in 2022. Atlanta also announced three players were not tendered earlier this week – Guillermo HerediaAnd the Jackson Stevens And the Silvino Bracho – It was abandoned.
- The giants Contains unscented analgesics Mauricio Lovera And the Alex Young and player Donovan Walton, clearing three spots on the 40-man roster. Walton was acquired from the Mariners midseason and hit .158/.179/.303 in 24 games with San Francisco. Young appeared 24 times after buying out his contract from Guardians. Llovera made 17 appearances after signing a minor league deal off-season last season. Additionally, San Francisco has seven non-bid players who were designated for assignment earlier this week: Drew StrootmanAnd the Mypress filoriaAnd the Colton WelkerAnd the Garlin GarciaAnd the Dom NunezAnd the Sam Delaplin And the Jason Fossler.
- The hackers left-handed not thin Manny Banyolos And a mask Tyler Heineman. Both were set for assignment earlier this week.
- The diamondbacks The right is not tender Reyes MorontaThe team announced. The reliever posted a 4.50 ERA in 17 outings with the Vipers after claiming waivers from the Dodgers.
- The Padres They announced that they were cutting the loose catch Jorge Alfaro And right Efrain Contreras. Alvaro was projected to have a salary of $3.6 million this season, which is huge after a 246/.285/.383 season. Contreras did not pitch in the majors; It was a tough year at High-A and he lost his 40-man spot as a result.
- The Cubs It has a non-bid center fielder Rafael Ortegaas well as minor league pitchers Praline Marquis And the Alexander Vizcaino. Ortega has seen a decent amount of action over the past two years and had a respectable .241/.331/.358 streak through 371 games last season. However, the Cubs chose a salary in the $1.7 million range for next year. Márquez was a frontrunner but has struggled with injuries in the past few years. Vizcaino was part of the Anthony Rizzo Trade with the Yankees but they did not play the minors this year.
- The Citizens The right is not tender Tommy Romero. He was assigned to the task earlier this week. Washington confirmed previously reported abandonment decisions Luke Voight And the Eric Fede.
- The righteousness Loose right hand cut Trevor GottAnd the Jandel Gustav And the Louis Perdomo. All three were part of Milwaukee’s middle innings mix, with Gustav’s 45 appearances being the most among that group. Gott had a 4.15 ERA over 45 2/3 innings pitched after signing a free agent deal last season.
- The Rocky Non-tender player/outfielder Garrett HampsonAnnounce the club. The 28-year-old was expected to earn a salary of $2.1 million. A quick player with the ability to play anywhere in the middle, Hampson never made it to the big league level. 211/.287/.307 shown through 226 plate appearances.
- The mets They announced that they were not bidding Sean Reed Foley They confirmed that they had left Dominic Smith, previously reported non-tender. This year, Reid-Foley has pitched in seven MLB games, and has thrown 10 innings of relief.
- The Dodgers You have a non-tender trespasser Edwin Rios and utility man Luke Williams, in the club’s advertisement. Los Angeles also confirmed Previously mentioned Non-bid from the former MVP Cody Bellinger. Rios has shown some offensive promise in the past and owns a .212/.299/.492 streak through 112 Big League games. He missed a large portion of last season with a hamstring strain. Williams has been claimed waivers from the Marlins recently; The Dodgers can look forward to returning him to a minor league deal.