2013 Free Agents List – First Basemen, Second Basemen, Third Basemen, Shortstops

Free Agents 2013

List of 2013 Free Agent First Basemen, Second Basemen, Third Basemen, Shortstops

David Ortiz and David Wright headline a list of free agent infielders for 2013. Both are expected to sign new deals with their respective teams. The following players have contract that expire or have options that can be exercised. Expect decisions to be coming fast with those having options now that the World Series is over.

[tab title=”First Basemen”]Lance Berkman, STL
Jason Giambi, COL
Travis Hafner, CLE *
Eric Hinske, ATL
Aubrey Huff, SF *
Casey Kotchman, CLE
Adam LaRoche, WAS * – Washington 2 years $24 million
Carlos Lee, MIA
James Loney, BOS – Tampa Bay – 1 year $2million
Xavier Nady, SF
Mike Napoli, TEX
David Ortiz, BOS – Red Sox – 2 yrs, $26 mil-$30 mil
Lyle Overbay, ATL
Carlos Pena, TB – Houston 1 year $2.9 million
Jim Thome, BAL
Ty Wigginton, PHI *[/tab]
[tab title=”Second Basemen”]Jeff Baker, ATL
Robinson Cano, NYY *
Mike Fontenot PHI
Orlando Hudson CWS *
Maicer Izturis, LAA –  Blue Jays – 3 yrs, $10 mil + option
Kelly Johnson TOR
Adam Kennedy, LAD
Jeff Keppinger, TB – Chicago White Sox – 3 years $12 million
Jose Lopez, CWS
Freddy Sanchez, SF
Ryan Theriot, SF[/tab]
[tab title=”Third Basemen”]Geoff Blum, ARI
Miguel Cairo, CIN
Eric Chavez, NYY
Mark DeRosa, WAS
Brandon Inge, OAK *
Kevin Kouzmanoff, KC
Placido Polanco, PHI
Mark Reynolds, BAL * – Clevaland 1 year $6 million
Scott Rolen, CIN
David Wright, NYM *
Kevin Youkilis, CWS *[/tab]
[tab title=”Shortstops”]Jason Bartlett, SD
Yuniesky Betancourt, KC
Ronny Cedeno, NYM
Stephen Drew, OAK * Boston – 1 year $9.5 million
Alex Gonzalez, MIL *
Cesar Izturis, WAS
Jhonny Peralta, DET *
Luis Rodriguez, SEA
Marco Scutaro, SF[/tab]


* – player whose current contract includes 2013 option. Data from Cot’s Baseball Contracts

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