Nine notable players who were non-tendered on November 2nd, including Kyle Schwarber

Kyle Schwarber hit 38 homers in 2019. [©Flickr | apardavilla]
Kyle Schwarber hit 38 homers in 2019. [©Flickr | apardavilla]

Wednesday was the deadline for players to be non-tendered, and some notable names are now free agents.

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On Wednesday, the deadline for MLB players to be non-tendered saw many established players now join the free agent market.

Here are 10 of the most notable that are now available to be picked up by any team. A list of all the players who were non-tendered can be found at MLB Trade Rumors.


Archie Bradley, RP (Cincinnati Reds)

Bradley saved 18 games for the Diamondbacks in 2019 and pitched to a stellar 1.73 ERA in 73 innings in 2017. Traded to the Reds last season, he gave up just one run and four hits in 7.2 innings for Cincinnati.


David Dahl, OF (Colorado Rockies)

The 26-year-old Dahl was a NL All-Star in 2019 as he finished the year hitting .302 with 28 doubles and 15 homers. This past season was a disastrous one as he appeared in just 24 games and didn't hit a lick (.183 batting average, .470 OPS).

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