The 2021 World Series is within the books, with the Atlanta Braves triumphing over the Houston Astros in six video games. Now, it is 2021-22 MLB offseason time for all 30 groups, with trades to be made, extensions to contemplate, and free-agency choices charting the programs of gamers and groups alike looming. A number of the largest names within the sport will probably be carrying completely different jerseys as soon as the top of March 2022 rolls round.
What does every workforce have to do to win a World Collection? How do the out there free brokers stack up? Which groups are about to make blockbuster trades? We have all the newest information, rumors and evaluation proper right here.
Key dates to know
Nov. 7: Deadline for groups to tender qualifying gives to eligible free brokers.
Nov. 7: Free company begins (first day that free brokers can signal with any workforce).
Nov. 9: GM conferences in Carlsbad, California.
Nov. 17: Deadline without spending a dime brokers to simply accept or reject qualifying gives.
Dec. 1: Non-tender deadline.
Dec 1: The collective bargaining settlement expires at 11:59 p.m. ET.
Dec 6-9: Winter conferences in Orlando, Florida.
Jan 14: Deadline for groups/arbitration-eligible gamers to alternate wage figures.
Jan 31: Arbitration hearings start.
Offseason questions for playoff groups (ESPN+)
Notable free brokers
Javier Baez, SS, Mets
Brandon Belt, 1B, Giants
Kris Bryant, 3B, Giants
Nick Castellanos, RF, Reds
Michael Conforto, RF, Mets
Carlos Correa, SS, Astros
Freddie Freeman, 1B, Braves
Kevin Gausman, SP, Giants
Clayton Kershaw, SP, Dodgers
Starling Marte, CF, Athletics
Robbie Ray, SP, Blue Jays
Anthony Rizzo, 1B, Yankees
Kyle Schwarber, OF/1B, Crimson Sox
Max Scherzer, SP, Dodgers
Corey Seager, SS, Dodgers
Marcus Semien, SS/2B, Blue Jays
Trevor Story, SS, Rockies
Marcus Stroman, SP, Mets
Noah Syndergaard, SP, Mets
Justin Verlander, SP, Astros