What Xander Bogaerts, Nathan Eovaldi Qualifying offers for Red Sox mean
The Boston Red Sox have reportedly extended qualifying offers to shortstop Xander Bogaerts and pitcher Nathan Eovaldi.
ESPN’s Jeff Passan revealed Thursday Full Eligibility Offer List, which includes 12 other players besides the Red Sox free agents. Alex Speer of the Boston Globe confirmed shortly after, citing sources that the Red Sox Extended eligibility offer Bogaerts and Eovaldi.
Full roster by pass: Bogaerts, Eovaldi, Aaron Judge, Trea Turner, Dansby Swanson, Jacob deGrom, Carlos Rodon, Brandon Nimmo, Joc Pederson, Willson Contreras, Chris Bassitt, Anthony Rizzo, Tyler Anderson and Martin Perez.
The One year eligibility offer, which teams can extend to their upcoming free agents, is calculated by averaging the salaries of the 125 highest-paid players in Major League Baseball. As such, the offer is set at $19.65 million this offseason.
If a player accepts, he returns to his current team for 2023 at that salary. If a player refuses, the team get compensation If he signs elsewhere in free agency. Conversely, to sign a player who has received a qualifying offer from his previous team Waiver of compensation.
So, what does this all mean for the Red Sox?
Well, the news hardly qualifies as a surprise, especially in the case of Bogaerts, who exited the finals. Three years and $60 million His contract remains Examination free agency. He will apparently decline the qualifying offer, which the Red Sox do not prohibit Re-signing the All-Star shortstop But ensures that they will be compensated if he signs elsewhere. Because Boston exceeds the luxury tax threshold in 2022, it will receive a compensatory pick after the fourth round of the 2023 MLB draft.
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