2020-21 MLB top 25 free agents: Tracking where each player signs


Last year's MLB offseason saw some big names change teams, with free agents Gerritt Cole, Anthony Rendon and Josh Donaldson among the free agents who found new homes and locked into mega deals.

The 2020-21 free agent list may not have quite the star power as last year's class, but there are plenty of All-Stars and impact players available to be had at the right price.

Of course, this year's hot stove could become unpredictable following a season that was shortened to 60 games and played without fans due to the coronavirus pandemic. There could be lingering effects that adversely impacts free agents and negotiating, creating lots of uncertainty heading into the winter.

Still, the show must go on and there are plenty of good free agents to be had. Follow along with the RADIO.COM sports team to keep track of which players land where.

1. Trevor Bauer, RHP: Los Angeles Dodgers (3 years, $102 million)

2. J.T. Realmuto, C: Philadelphia Phillies (5 years, $115.5 million)

3. George Springer, OF: Toronto Blue Jays (6 years, $150 million)

4. DJ LeMahieu, 2B/INF: New York Yankees (6 years, $90 million)

5. Marcell Ozuna, OF: Atlanta Braves (4 years, $65 million)

6. Marcus Stroman, RHP: New York Mets (accepted 1-year, $18.9 million qualifying offer)

7. Marcus Semien, SS

8. Didi Gregorius, SS: Philadelphia Phillies (2 years, $28 million)

9. Michael Brantley, OF: Houston Astros (2 years, $32 million)

10. Masahiro Tanaka, RHP: Rakuten Eagles (NPB, 1 year, $7.7 million)

11. Liam Hendriks, RHP: Chicago White Sox (3 years, $54 million guaranteed; includes fourth year buyout/option)

12. Justin Turner, 3B

13. Kevin Gausman, RHP: San Francisco Giants (accepted 1-year, $18.9 million qualifying offer)

14. James Paxton, LHP

15. Ha-seong Kim, SS (KBO): San Diego Padres (4 years, $28 million - fifth-year option could increase contract to $39 million)

16. Kolten Wong, 2B: Milwaukee Brewers (2 years, $18 million)

17. Charlie Morton, RHP: Atlanta Braves (1-year, $15 million)

18. James McCann, C: New York Mets (4 years, $40 million)

19. Jackie Bradley Jr., OF

20. Andrelton Simmons, SS: Minnesota Twins (1 years, $10.5 million)

21. Taijuan Walker, RHP

22. Nelson Cruz, DH: Minnesota Twins (1 years, $13 million)

23. Jake Odorizzi, RHP

24. Brad Hand, LHP: Washington Nationals (1 year, $10.5 million)

25. Joc Pederson, OF: Chicago Cubs (1 year, $7 million)