Nov. 4 offseason roundup: Qualifying offer deadline passes
The story for Monday was the passing of MLB's deadline for qualifying offers. Plus other updates.
Each day we're undertaking a roundup of offseason transactions, and the story for Monday was mostly about qualifying offers. We recapped the process and its implications earlier, but here's a quick reminder of the 13 players who received qualifying offers in advance of the deadline:
Carlos Beltran, Cardinals
Robinson Cano, Yankees
Shin-Soo Choo, Reds
Nelson Cruz, Rangers
Stephen Drew, Red Sox
Jacoby Ellsbury, Red Sox
Curtis Granderson, Yankees
Ubaldo Jimenez, Indians
Hiroki Kuroda, Yankees
Brian McCann, Braves
Kendrys Morales, Mariners
Mike Napoli, Red Sox
Ervin Santana, Royals
Again, check the earlier post if want to know what a qualifying offer is and what it means for both player and team. Elsewhere ...
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