Low season of MLB has officially started and several of the best free agents of all major leagues are eligible to receive a qualifying offer on behalf of their teams, being among them Noah Syndergaard, Michael Conforto, Corey Seager, Justin Verlander and Marcus Semien, the latter being part of the great class of shortstop who are at market, and the Toronto Blue Jays are reluctant to lose it.
According to information from Jon Heyman of MLB Network, the Canadian team has offered Semien the qualifying offer worth $ 18.4 million for the following season, with Heyman himself confirming that Semien himself will reject it and seek a contract. much higher on the market.
Semien played second baseman for the Blue Jays last season due to the presence of Bo Bichette in the short stops, becoming the second baseman who has hit the most homers in a single season with 45 homers in the past 2021 season.
Heyman himself mentions that the four shorts eligible to receive a qualifying offer (Marcus Semien, Trevor Story, Corey Seager, Carlos Correa) will reject it and look for big numbers in the market.
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MLB: Toronto Blue Jays make qualifying offer to Marcus Semien, plans to turn it down