All MLB Players Non-Tendered in 2023-24 Offseason

Brandon Woodruff of the Milwaukee Brewers
Image via Wikimedia Commons (Ian D'Andrea)

On November 17 at 7 PM CT, all 30 MLB teams needed to have tendered contracts to any player on the 40-man roster who had yet to receive one for the 2024 campaign. Most players were tendered deals, but some teams decided to move on from others either for performance or financial reasons. Here’s a list of all the non-tendered MLB players in the 2023-24 MLB offseason.

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American League

Notable names on the American League side of things include reliever Adam Cimber and starter Spencer Turnbull. Austin Meadows, acquired by Detroit in 2022, is also on this list.

National League

The big name on this list is Brandon Woodruff, one of the game’s best starters yet one who has been bitten by the injury bug.

Reliever Tim Hill, Daniel Vogelbach, utilitymen Luis Guillorme and Nick Senzel, and former AL Rookie of the Year Kyle Lewis are other notable names on the National League side.

Per MLB rules, all players listed above now head to free agency.