With the conclusion of the 2018 World Series Sunday night, 145 players officially became free agents Monday.
Included in that group are seven Dodgers – C Yasmani Grandal, LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu, 2B Brian Dozier, IF Manny Machado and RHPs Daniel Hudson, John Axford and Ryan Madson.
Six Angels also became free agents – Outfielders Chris Young and Eric Young Jr., RHPs Garrett Richards, Blake Wood, Junichi Tazawa and Jim Johnson.
In addition, the full roster for the MLB players’ tour of Japan was announced and three Dodgers will participate – pitcher Kenta Maeda, infielder/outfielder Chris Taylor and infielder/outfielder Kiké Hernandez.
The MLB team led by Marlins manager Don Mattingly will play seven exhibition games from Nov. 8-15 against the Yomiuri Giants and a team of Japanese all-stars. The games will be broadcast on MLB Network.
Here is the full list of players who became free agents Monday:
Arizona Diamondbacks (10) – Clay Buccholz, Patrick Corbin, Randall Delgado, Jeff Mathis, Jon Jay, A.J. Pollock, Daniel Descalso, Jake Diekman, Chris Stewart, Brad Ziegler
Atlanta Braves (9) – Brad Brach, Lucas Duda, Rene Rivera, Ryan Flaherty, Anibal Sanchez, Peter Moylan, Nick Markakis, Brandon McCarthy, Kurt Suzuki
Baltimore Orioles (2) – Adam Jones, Colby Rasmus
Boston Red Sox (7) – Nathan Eovaldi, Joe Kelly, Drew Pomeranz, Brandon Phillips, Craig Kimbrel, Ian Kinsler, Steve Pearce
Chicago Cubs (6) – Jesse Chavez, Justin Wilson, Jaime Garcia, Jorge De La Rosa, Daniel Murphy, Bobby Wilson
Chicago White Sox (3) – Jeanmar Gomez, Miguel Gonzalez, Hector Santiago
Cincinnati Reds (1) – Matt Harvey
Cleveland Indians (10) – Cody Allen, Michael Brantley, Andrew Miller, Oliver Perez, Josh Donaldson, Melky Cabrera, Lonnie Chisenhall, Rajai Davis, Adam Rosales, Josh Tomlin
Colorado Rockies (5) – Drew Butera, Carlos Gonzalez, Matt Holliday, Adam Ottavino, D.J. LeMahieu
Detroit Tigers (4) – Jose Iglesias, Francisco Liriano, Victor Martinez, Jarrod Saltalamacchia
Houston Astros (6) – Evan Gattis, Tony Sipp, Charlie Morton, Dallas Keuchel, Marwin Gonzalez, Martin Maldonado
Kansas City Royals (1) – Alcides Escobar
Los Angeles Angels (6) – Jim Johnson, Junichi Tazawa, Blake Wood, Garrett Richards, Eric Young Jr., Chris Young
Los Angeles Dodgers (7) – Yasmani Grandal, Manny Machado, Daniel Hudson, John Axford, Hyun-Jin Ryu, Brian Dozier, Ryan Madson
Milwaukee Brewers (3) – Gio Gonzalez, Curtis Granderson, Wade Miley
Minnesota Twins (4) – Matt Belisle, Logan Forsythe, Chris Gimenez, Joe Mauer
New York Mets (6) – Jose Reyes, Jerry Blevins, Austin Jackson, Jose Lobaton, Devin Mesoraco, A.J. Ramos
New York Yankees (8) – Zach Britton, C.C. Sabathia, David Robertson, Andrew McCutchen, J.A. Happ, Adeiny Hechavarria, Neil Walker, Lance Lynn
Oakland A’s (8) – Brett Anderson, Jed Lowrie, Shawn Kelley, Trevor Cahill, Jonathan Lucroy, Jeurys Familia, Edwin Jackson, Matt Joyce
Philadelphia Phillies (4) – Jose Bautista, Asdrubal Cabrera, Aaron Loup, Wilson Ramos
Pittsburgh Pirates (1) – Jordy Mercer
St. Louis Cardinals (4) – Matt Adams, Bud Norris, Tyson Ross, Adam Wainwright
San Diego Padres (2) –A.J. Ellis, Freddy Galvis
San Francisco Giants (4) – Gregor Blanco, Derek Holland, Nick Hundley, Hunter Pence
Seattle Mariners (7) – Gordon Beckham, Andrew Romine, Adam Warren, Nelson Cruz, Zach Duke, Cameron Maybin, David Phelps
Tampa Bay Rays (2) – Carlos Gomez, Sergio Romo
Texas Rangers (3) – Tony Barnette, Adrian Beltre, Bartolo Colon, Yovani Gallardo
Toronto Blue Jays (2) – Tyler Clippard, Marco Estrada
Washington Nationals (8) – Kelvin Herrera, Greg Holland, Joaquin Benoit, Tim Collins, Matt Wieters, Mark Reynolds, Bryce Harper, Jeremy Hellickson