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Friday night's deadline for teams to decide whether or not to tender contracts to players has come and gone. Here's a look at the players in the American League that have been non-tendered a contract for 2013, making them free agents.

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Friday night's deadline for teams to decide whether or not to tender contracts to players has come and gone. Here's a look at the players in the American League that have been non-tendered a contract for 2013, making them free agents:

  • The Baltimore Orioles have declined to tender contracts to corner infielder Mark Reynolds, infielder Omar Quintanilla and right-handed pitcher Stu Pomeranz, the Orioles announced. Reynolds could be a fit for the Rays, tweets Marc Topkin of The Tampa Bay Times.
  • The Chicago White Sox have declined to tender contracts to right-handed pitcher Anthony Carter and infielder Dan Johnson, the team announced.
  • Derrick Robinson cleared waivers and will not be tendered a contract in 2013, the Kansas City Royals announced.
  • The Boston Red Sox have announced right-handed pitcher Scott Atchison, left-handed pitcher Rich Hill and outfielder Ryan Sweeney will be free agents, after the team declined to tender the three players contracts for next season.
  • The Detroit Tigers will not tender left-handed pitcher Daniel Schlereth a contract for 2013, the team announced.
  • The Indians announced they non-tendered infielder Jack Hannahan and left-handed pitchers Rafael Perez and Chris Seddon.
  • The Texas Rangers will not tender contracts to catcher Geovany Soto, first baseman Brandon Snyder and Jake Brigham, as reported by T.R. Sullivan of MLB.com.
  • Not too long after acquiring infielder Robert Andino, the team declined to tender him a contract, the Seattle Mariners announced.
  • The Toronto Blue Jays declined to tender catcher Bobby Wilson a contract for 2013, making him a free-agent, the team announced.

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