Youkilis suffered through injury last season, hitting just .219/.305/.343 with two home runs and eight RBI in 105 at-bats.Analysis:
"Chavy is approaching the offseason no different than he has the last fifteen offseasons," agent Scott Leventhal said. "He wants to play, and he wants to be part of a winner. He does not have his heart set on one team or one league. His mind is wide open. There's heavy interest in him from around the league."
Chavez hit .281/.332/.478 with nine home runs and 44 RBI in 228 at-bats with the Diamondbacks last season.Analysis:
Hairston spent the last two seasons with the Dodgers and played for eight other teams over his 16-year major league career. He finished with a career .257 batting average and 147 stolen bases.Analysis:
Sandoval has reportedly been working especially hard on his conditioning this offseason.
He is entering the final year of a three-year deal worth $17.15 million and is set to enter free agency at the end of the 2014 season, unless he receives a contract extension.Analysis:
The team has been mentioned as a possible landing spot for the 34-year-old, and there has even been news that they offered Uribe a contract. That may not be the case, according to the Chicago Tribune. Despite previous reports, the White Sox are not looking at add Uribe. Last season, Uribe hit .278/.331/.438 in 388 at-bats.Analysis:
Sano was the No. 9 prospect in baseball last season according to Baseball America, and he posted a .992 OPS and 35 home runs between High-A and Double-A.Analysis:
Cantu last played in the majors in 2011, when he appeared in 57 games for the Padres. He spent last season in the Mexican League.Analysis:
Headley has been the subject of trade rumors for over a year and will become a free agent after the 2014 season if he and the Padres cannot work out a contract extension. The team will continue to listen to trade proposals moving forward, but do not expect to get a deal done with Headley coming off a disappointing season.Analysis:
Young finished the season with the Dodgers after coming over from the Phillies in an August trade, and they declined his team option for 2014.Analysis:
"As of right now, I feel great, my body feels 100 percent and I'm ready to go," the 36-year-old told The Seattle Times. "I took a 94 mph fastball off my hand and broke a couple of bones in it. That's where I missed the bulk of my time. Injuries are going to happen. I've always tried to get between the lines and give it 100 percent. I feel like you are supposed to play that way. And along with that comes some injuries."
Bloomquist is expected to play a reserve role for the Mariners.Analysis: