2014-15 MLB Free Agents

MLBTR’s up-to-date list of 2014-15 MLB free agents is below (using a criteria of 50 plate appearances or 20 innings pitched in the 2014 season). These players are currently free agents. Linked names will take you to that player’s Free Agent Profile.  You can look at free agent signings by team with our Free Agent Tracker.

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

Updated 1-29-15

Catchers

Ryan Doumit (34)
Gerald Laird (35)
Wil Nieves (36)

First Basemen

None

Second Basemen

Mark Ellis (38)
Rafael Furcal (37)
Jonathan Herrera (30)
Ramon Santiago (35)
Chris Valaika (29)
Rickie Weeks (32)

Shortstops

Everth Cabrera (28)
Jonathan Herrera (30)

Third Basemen

Donnie Murphy (32)
Jayson Nix (32)

Left Fielders

Cole Gillespie (30)
Tony Gwynn Jr. (32)
Scott Hairston (35)
Reed Johnson (38)
Jason Kubel (33)
Ryan Ludwick (36)
Nolan Reimold (31)
Eric Young Jr. (30)

Center Fielders

None

Right Fielders

Scott Hairston (35)
Nate Schierholtz (31)

Designated Hitters

Ryan Doumit (34)
Jason Giambi (44)
Raul Ibanez (42)
Jason Kubel (33)

Starting Pitchers

Scott Baker (33)
Brandon Beachy (28)
Bruce Chen (38)
Kevin Correia (34)
Roberto Hernandez (34)
Kyle Kendrick (30)
Paul Maholm (33)
Brad Mills (29)
Franklin Morales (29)
Alexi Ogando (31)
Joe Saunders (34)
James Shields (33)
Eric Stults (35)
Carlos Villanueva (31)
Randy Wolf (38)
Chris Young (36)

Closers

Francisco Rodriguez (33)
Rafael Soriano (35)

Right-Handed Relievers

Mike Adams (36)
Matt Albers (32)
John Axford (32)
Burke Badenhop (32)
Ronald Belisario (32)
Jared Burton (34)
Joba Chamberlain (29)
Kyle Farnsworth (39)
Matt Guerrier (36)
Matt Lindstrom (35)
Dustin McGowan (32)
Chris Perez (29)
Jose Veras (34)
Brian Wilson (33)
Jamey Wright (40)

Left-Handed Relievers

Joe Beimel (38)
Sean Burnett (32)
Phil Coke (32)
Neal Cotts (35)
Franklin Morales (29)
Joe Thatcher (33)

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


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