We knew this day was coming. As of this morning, 11 Dodgers officially became free agents. They join a list of 160 players from the 30 MLB organizations to hit free agency following the World Series.
LA’s list is as follows:
- Danny Duffy
- Cole Hamels
- Kenley Jansen
- Clayton Kershaw
- Corey Knebel
- Jimmy Nelson
- Albert Pujols
- Max Scherzer
- Corey Seager
- Steven Souza
- Chris Taylor
160 Players today were declared XX(B) free agents. Additional Players may become XX(B) free agents pending option decisions in their Uniform Player Contracts.
— MLBPA Communications (@MLBPA_News) November 3, 2021
The biggest names now currently on the open market are All-Star shortstop Corey Seager, franchise icon and three-time NL Cy Young award winner Clayton Kershaw, franchise saves leader Kenley Jansen, and trade deadline acquisition and future Hall of Famer Max Scherzer. Those four along with 2021 All-Star Chris Taylor are among the top 50 free agents hitting the market today. Moreover, all of them have varying chances of returning to the Dodgers this winter.
More to come on the offseason hot stove for sure!
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