MLB Free Agent Tracker: Latest signings, top 50 ranking as Nicholas Castellanos lands with Reds

For the sake of keeping you, the baseball enthusiast, informed of the latest hot stove moves, we present our 2019-20 MLB Free Agent Tracker. In this post we'll keep tabs on the top 50 free agents, as determined by our panel of MLB experts: R.J. Anderson, Katherine Acquavella, Mike Axisa, Dayn Perry and Matt Snyder. 

How rankings were determined: By a combination of expected average annual value and perceived likely impact -- a fancy way of saying risk was also factored in, meaning some older and/or injury-prone players might rank lower than anticipated. In other words, it's subjective. The exact order matters less than the general tiers offered within.

Anyway, below you'll find our tracker, complete with the player, their rank, their last team, and their new team. We'll keep this updated throughout the offseason, so make sure to bookmark it for easy access.

2018-19 MLB Free Agent Tracker
RankPlayerPOSLast TeamNew TeamStatus
13BSigned
2RHPSigned
3RHPSigned
43BSigned
5CSigned
6LHPSigned
7RHPSigned
8LHPSigned
9LHPSigned
10LHPSigned
11INFSigned
12SSSigned
13OFSigned
14OF
Free agent
15OFSigned
16LHPSigned
17LHPSigned
18RHPSigned
19RHPSigned
20OFSigned
21RHPAccepted qualifying offer
22OFSigned
23UTLSigned
242B/OF
Free agent
25DHSigned
261BSigned three-year extension
27RHPSigned
28RHSPSigned
291BSigned
30CSigned
31CSigned
32CSigned
33OFSigned
34LHPSigned
35OFSigned
36RHPSigned
37RHPSigned
38RHPSigned
391BSigned
40LHPSigned
41LHPSigned
422B
Free agent
43RHPSigned
44SSSigned
45LHPSigned
461B/3BSigned
47RHPSigned
48RHPSigned
49OFSigned
502BSigned
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R.J. Anderson joined CBS Sports in 2016. He previously wrote for Baseball Prospectus, where he contributed to five of the New York Times bestselling annuals. His work has also appeared in Newsweek and... Full Bio

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