2014 MLB Free Agents

MLBTR’s up-to-date list of 2014 MLB free agents is below. These are players who are currently available to be signed as free agents during the 2014 season (and accumulated at least 50 plate appearances or 20 innings pitched either this season or in 2013).

If you have any corrections or omissions, please contact us. To see who represents these players, check out our agency database.

Updated 07-17-14


Miguel Olivo (35)
Kelly Shoppach (34)

First Basemen

Casey Kotchman (31)
Xavier Nady (35)

Second Basemen

Alberto Gonzalez (31)
Brendan Harris (33)
Jeff Keppinger (34)
Donnie Murphy (31)


Alberto Gonzalez (31)
Alex Gonzalez (37)
Nick Green (35)
Brendan Harris (33)

Third Basemen

Brandon Inge (37)
Alberto Gonzalez (31)
Brendan Harris (33)
Jeff Keppinger (34)
Donnie Murphy (31)
Placido Polanco (38)

Left Fielders

Jason Kubel (32)
Xavier Nady (35)
Laynce Nix (33)
Juan Pierre (36)
Derrick Robinson (26)
Alfonso Soriano (38)

Center Fielders

Casper Wells (29)
Dewayne Wise (36)

Right Fielders

Jason Kubel (32)
Vernon Wells (35)

Designated Hitters

Jason Kubel (32)
Xavier Nady (35)
Alfonso Soriano (38)
Vernon Wells (35)

Starting Pitchers

Joe Blanton (33)
Jon Garland (34)
Jeff Karstens (31)
Jeff Niemann (31)
Wandy Rodriguez (35)
Randy Wolf (37)
Barry Zito (36)


Heath Bell (36)
Ryan Madson (33)
J.J. Putz (37)
Jose Valverde (36)

Right-Handed Relievers

Luis Ayala (36)
Manny Corpas (31)
Octavio Dotel (40)
Kyle Farnsworth (38)
Frank Francisco (34)
Brandon Lyon (34)
Cristhian Martinez (32)
Zach Miner (32)
Brett Myers (33)
J.J. Putz (37)

Left-Handed Relievers

Mike Gonzalez (36)
David Purcey (32)
Ryan Rowland-Smith (31)

Cot’s Baseball Contracts was used in the creation of this list.

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Infield Fly
3 years 6 months ago

I’ve never understood the logic in planning ahead with a list like this.

The point is that this is MLB Trade Rumors; a website dedicated to speculating about baseball. So we read posts, think about and discuss what might happen, who might sign where, and who might become available.

So the “logic” is that this is MLBTR where speculating is our game.