List of moves at Friday's non-tender deadline

December 1st, 2017

Major League teams had until 8 ET Friday night to tender contracts to arbitration-eligible players. Any arbitration-eligible player tendered a contract must either agree to terms with the team on a salary for next season or go through an arbitration hearing.

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If a team "non-tenders" a player, that player becomes a free agent and can immediately sign with any of the 30 clubs. All players on the 40-man roster with fewer than six years of Major League service time must be tendered contracts by Friday's deadline, though players with fewer than three years of service time are almost always tendered since clubs aren't required to pay them more than the league minimum.

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Below is a rundown of teams' non-tender decisions.

Angels: The club agreed to terms on a 2018 contract with right-handed reliever and tendered contracts to all 10 of their other arbitration-eligible players. More >

Astros: Houston has tendered 2018 Major League contracts to all but one of its unsigned 40-man roster players, as right-handed pitcher Mike Fiers was not tendered a contract. More >

Athletics: The club tendered a contract to all seven of its arbitration-eligible players: outfielder , right-handers , , Chris Hatcher and , shortstop and catcher Josh Phegley. More >

Blue Jays: and Tom Koehler are officially free agents after the Blue Jays declined to tender contracts to both players. More >

Braves: Atlanta has declined to tender a 2018 contract offer to infielder INF Matt Adams, INF/OF , and INF/OF Danny Santana, while also agreeing to terms with RHP on a one-year, non-guaranteed contract for the 2018 season to avoid salary arbitration with the right-hander. More >

Brewers: Milwaukee signed catcher to a one-year contract, avoiding arbitration. Vogt's non-guaranteed deal is for $3.065 million. The signing cut the Brewers' list of arbitration-eligible players to six: Jared Hughes, , , Jimmy Nelson, and . More >

Cubs: The Cubs chose not to tender a contract to , opting to let the right-hander go to free agency rather than see his salary potentially increase north of $6 million through the arbitration process. The club did tender contracts to its six other arbitration-eligible players: , , , , and . More >

D-backs: The D-backs tendered contracts to 37 players with only pitchers and T.J. McFarland -- both of whom were eligible for salary arbitration -- being non-tendered. More >

Dodgers: The club tendered contracts to all eight of their arbitration eligible players. Those players and their 2017 salaries: , $5.5 million; Alex Wood, $2.8 million; , $1.5 million; Josh Fields, $1.05 million; Tony Cingrani, $618,306; , $555,000; , $550,000; , $502,442. More >  

Giants: The club tendered contracts to second baseman Joe Panik, right-handed relief pitchers , Sam Dyson and , and lefty reliever Will Smith. More >

Indians: Cleveland avoided arbitration with right-handed reliever Dan Otero, signing him to a one-year deal. Among the Tribe's six other arbitration-eligible players, only outfielder appeared to be a non-tender candidate heading into the deadline. More >

Marlins: Miami tendered contracts to all six of its arbitration-eligible players -- including All-Star left fielder -- prior to the deadline. Along with Ozuna, tenders also were extended to catcher J.T. Realmuto, first baseman , right-hander Dan Straily and infielders and . More >

Mariners: Seattle declined to non-tender pitcher Drew Smyly and agreed to terms on a 2018 contract with infielder . More >

Mets: New York tendered all nine of its arbitration-eligible players contracts on Friday, including right-handed starter Matt Harvey, who is coming off his worst season as a professional. The Mets also tendered contracts to starting pitchers , and Zack Wheeler, relievers , AJ Ramos and , catcher and infielder .  More >

Padres: San Diego announced its has tendered contracts to 39 players for the 2018 season. More >

Rangers: Texas announced that the club will not tender 2018 contract offers to right-handed pitchers , A.J. Griffin, and , and infielder . More >

Rays: Tendered contracts were right-handers Alex Colome and Jake Odorizzi; outfielder/designated hitter Corey Dickerson; infielders Brad Miller and Matt Duffy; shortstop ; catcher ; left-hander Dan Jennings; and outfielder Steven Souza Jr.More >

Red Sox: Boston will tender contracts to all 34 unsigned players on its Major League roster, including veteran utility man , the only Boston player who even seemed like a remote candidate to be non-tendered. Also on the club's long list of arbitration-eligible players are standout right fielder , shortstop , center fielder , left-hander , right-hander Joe Kelly, right-hander and catcher .  More >

Reds: The club declined to offer left-hander and waiver-claim pickup a contract for '18.

Royals: Kansas City signed right-handed pitcher Mike Morin to a one-year contract, avoiding arbitration, and announced that it will not tender a contract to outfielder . More >

Tigers: The club announced that it will not tender a contract for the 2018 season to righthanded pitcher . More >

Twins: As expected, Minnesota tendered contracts to all six of its players eligible for arbitration: Infielders and , reliever , outfielder Robbie Grossman and right-handers and .  More >

White Sox: Chicago has agreed to terms on a one-year, $1.05 million contract with right-hander Danny Farquhar, avoiding arbitration. The White Sox have eight other arbitration-eligible players: , , , and all figure to be tendered contracts, while relievers Zach Putnam, Al Alburquerque and Jake Petricka are potential non-tender candidates. More >

Yankees: New York has tendered contracts to all 40 players currently on its 40-man roster, including catcher , who earned $805,000 in 2017 and had been mentioned as a possibility to be non-tendered. In addition to Romine, , , Didi Gregorius, , Tommy Kahnle, and were also eligible for arbitration. More >