Here is a team-by-team breakdown of the notable free agents remaining for all 30 Major League clubs as transactions resume with the new collective bargaining agreement in place.
American League East
The Blue Jays lost Robbie Ray and Marcus Semien in free agency, but they were able to reel in Kevin Gausman.
With most of this rebuilding club's players under control beyond this year, the Orioles' biggest priority this offseason may be trying to work out an extension with Trey Mancini, who is eligible for free agency after 2022.
Picking up Mike Zunino's $7 million club option for 2022 was a no-brainer after the catcher's All-Star season.
Boston was expected to make a serious effort to re-sign left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez, who was extended a qualifying offer. However, Rodriguez signed a five-year deal with the Tigers instead.
The Yanks and first baseman Anthony Rizzo agreed to a two-year contract to keep the veteran slugger in the Bronx.
José Ramírez's club option -- the first of two that can keep him with Cleveland through 2023 -- was picked up for $11 million, but the team may want to start thinking about J-Ram's future this offseason.
After signing Salvador Perez and Michael A. Taylor to extensions, the Royals could let these free agents walk.
The Tigers have been active in free agency as they attempt to accelerate their rebuild, but none of their own free agents are locks to be brought back.
The Twins were Trade Deadline sellers this season, but most of the core from the team that won the AL Central in 2019 and '20 is still there and Minnesota is going to need someone to round out its rotation, so it would make sense if the club re-signed Pineda.
The White Sox signed Lance Lynn to a two-year extension in July and picked up Craig Kimbrel's $16 million team option for 2022.
The Angels lost Alex Cobb to the Giants but were able to re-sign Raisel Iglesias to a reported four-year deal, and Kurt Suzuki to a one-year deal.
The Astros' rotation has lost Gerrit Cole, Charlie Morton and Dallas Keuchel to free agency in recent years, but the team was able to strike a deal to bring back Justin Verlander for 2022. Addressing the shortstop position remains Houston's top priority, either by re-signing Correa or finding a replacement.
The A's lost Starling Marte and Mark Canha to the Mets and Yan Gomes to the Cubs, and they could see most or all of these free agents depart as well during an offseason when they are expected to cut payroll.
Kyle Seager announced his retirement in late December following 11 seasons in the Majors, all with Seattle.
The rebuilding Rangers have been active in free agency this offseason, reaching deals with Corey Seager, Marcus Semien, Jon Gray and Kole Calhoun.
National League East
The Braves re-signed Charlie Morton to a one-year, $20 million extension, and also brought back NLCS MVP Eddie Rosario on a two-year deal.
2B Joe Panik
Miami acquired Panik in the June trade that sent Corey Dickerson and Adam Cimber to the Blue Jays, but the former All-Star had a .462 OPS in 53 games with the Marlins.
The Mets' deals with Max Scherzer, Starling Marte, Mark Canha and Eduardo Escobar make it more likely that Conforto will follow Báez (deal with Tigers) and Stroman (deal with Cubs) out the door.
After moving Max Scherzer, Trea Turner, Brad Hand, Daniel Hudson, Josh Harrison and Yan Gomes prior to the Trade Deadline, the Nats could part ways with most or all of these veterans this offseason.
The players on this list aren't core pieces for Philadelphia, although the team could look to re-sign some of its free-agent relievers given the difficult time it's had constructing a dependable bullpen in recent years.
Avisaíl García declined his $12 million mutual option to become a free agent, eventually signing with the Marlins, and the Brewers also lost Eduardo Escobar to the Mets.
Adam Wainwright and Yadier Molina will be back for 2022 after signing one-year extensions, but St. Louis declined its club options on two other longtime Cardinals, Carpenter and Martínez, making them free agents. Nolan Arenado will be back after choosing not to exercise his opt-out clause. He would have been walking away from a guaranteed $179 million through the end of 2027. The third baseman has another opt-out next offseason.
The Cubs moved out a lot of talent at the Trade Deadline, so their list of impending free agents doesn't include many players who are likely to be regular contributors at the big league level in 2022.
Cahill has played for eight teams since the beginning of 2015 and missed a chunk of this season due to injuries.
Castellanos had two years and $34 million in guaranteed money left on his contract, but he decided to opt out to become a free agent.
Arizona picked up Merrill Kelly's reasonable $5.25 million option, but Devenski could be elsewhere in 2022.
The Dodgers lost Corey Seager to the Rangers and Max Scherzer to the Mets, but they re-signed Clayton Kershaw and Chris Taylor, and could look to bring back Jansen.
Coming off a 107-win season, four-fifths of San Francisco's rotation hit free agency and Kevin Gausman left to sign with the Blue Jays, but the team brought back Anthony DeSclafani and Alex Wood before signing Alex Cobb. The Giants also re-signed first baseman Brandon Belt to a one-year, $18.4 million contract after extending him a qualifying offer.
It seemed likely that Buster Posey would be back with the only team he's ever played for, but the catcher announced his retirement on Nov. 5.
The Padres have several players under control for next season who could handle left field, so this may be the end of Pham's time with the club. Mark Melancon declined his end of his $5 million mutual option to become a free agent, and then signed with the D-backs.
Initially expected to be among the busiest Trade Deadline sellers, the Rockies opted to hold onto most of their players, including Story. They made a big splash in free agency by reaching a seven-year, $182 million deal with Kris Bryant.