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Tracking all of the 2018 MLB Options, Qualifying Offers, and Opt-outs

There are going to be a lot of major and minor moves over the next few days across MLB. Keep track of them all right here

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We will keep this intro short, but sweet. In the coming days, there are going to be a lot of moves being made in advance of free agency from opt outs, options being picked up or declined, and qualifying offers. We will still be providing coverage of all of the big moves, but there are going to be some that just want to keep track of what is going on with their favorite team, around the division, or they just want to get the most complete picture of who is going to be a free agent and who isn’t.

Fortunately, we have you covered. Below is a list of every team in Major League Baseball along with the moves they have made during this window. This will be updated as moves happen and if you see a move that has been made that isn’t on this list, post it in the comments along with a link to the source of the information. Any and all help is greatly appreciated.

Atlanta Braves

Miami Marlins

New York Mets

Philadelphia Phillies

Washington Nationals

Chicago Cubs

Cincinnati Reds

Milwaukee Brewers

Pittsburgh Pirates

St. Louis Cardinals

Arizona Diamondbacks

Colorado Rockies

Los Angeles Dodgers

San Diego Padres

San Francisco Giants

Baltimore Orioles

Boston Red Sox

New York Yankees

Tampa Bay Rays

Toronto Blue Jays

Chicago White Sox

Cleveland Indians

Detroit Tigers

Kansas City Royals

  • The Royals declined their option for Jason Hammel
  • The Royals and Wily Peralta reached agreement on a deal that cancels out his team option for 2019. He’ll receive a $2.25 million base salary for next season with a $7 million mutual option ($1 million buyout) in 2020.

Minnesota Twins

Houston Astros

Los Angeles Angels

Oakland Athletics

Seattle Mariners

Texas Rangers