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Mirabelli & Kaz Matsui Highlight Thurs. Free Agent Filings PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 01 November 2007 16:37
MLBThursday, eight (8) players filed for Free Agency pursuant to Article XX B (2) of the Basic Agreement.

To date, 128 players have filed for free agency (see the lists for Monday,Tuesday and Weds. of those that have filed)

Today sees notable players Kris Benson, Kaz Matsui, Doug Mirabelli and Ryan Klesko to name a few that have filed. 

Players have 15 days from the end of the World Series to file for Free Agency. On the 16th day after the end of the World Series, free agents may negotiate and sign with a Club other than their former Club.

Below is a complete list of the 8 players that filed today, courtesy of the MLB Players Association:

Arizona:

Atlanta:

Baltimore:
Benson, Kris (SP)

Boston:
Mirabelli, Doug (C)

Chicago Cubs

Chicago White Sox

Cincinnati
Guardado, Eddie A. (RP)

Cleveland

Colorado
Hawkins, LaTroy (RP); Matsui, Kaz (2B); Redman, Mark A. (SP)

Detroit Tigers

Florida

Houston

Kansas City
Thomson, John C. (SP)

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Los Angeles Dodgers

Milwaukee

Minnesota

NY Mets

NY Yankees

Oakland

Philadelphia

Pittsburgh

St. Louis

San Diego

San Francisco
Klesko, Ryan (1B)

Seattle

Tampa Bay

Toronto

Texas

Washington

 


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