There’s still a week of action left in the LA regular season. MLB and from now on you can predict who will be the most valued pieces in the free agent market this winter.
Several senior pitchers will be available to be hired by the teams of Big leagues and the Spotrac portal projects that these will be the ones who get the best contracts. The New York Yankees they will surely be taking note.
He’s been on another level since he reached the Los Angeles Dodgers and he is shaping up to be the candidate to win in the National League Cy Young vote. At 36 years old, he is expected to land a $ 35 million a year pact. It could be a two-season, $ 68 million one.
The left-handed starter for the Toronto Blue Jays leads the American League in ERA (2.72), strikeouts (238) and innings pitched (182.0). It is estimated that he can land a 5-year contract and between 90 and 100 million dollars.
The Dodgers are at a crossroads. The southpaw was the undisputed ace of the rotation until Scherzer’s arrival, and they have not been reported to be negotiating an extension. In any case, the 34-year-old Kershaw may be signing a deal of at least 2 seasons and about $ 60 million.
He has been instrumental in the surprise year for the San Francisco Giants and is in his final contract season. At 30 years of age and 9 years of service in the majors, he has reached career highs in 2021 with his 14 wins, 211 fans and a 2.92 ERA. estimates place him agreeing to an agreement of between 3 and 5 years, for 20 or 22 million dollars per year.
The New York Mets pitcher will be back on the market this winter. He hasn’t had an easy year (9-13 balance, 154 strikeouts, 3.00 ERA), but he could do well on the market and aim for a four-year, $ 85 million to $ 100 million contract.