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players will be added to the pool of available free agents depending on whether their options are picked up or declined or whether they accept qualifying offers or not. While there are lots of team or player options out there to be decided on, most of them are probably going to be declined. The qualifying offer amount this year is $17.9 million. This is a list of all the options (whether player, team, or mutual) that have been decided on thus far, and what their salary for next season is or would have been depending on the outcome. This includes buyout amounts as well, if applicable. The qualifying offers are listed as accepted or declined. Some of these we knew were coming, some decisions were balancing on a fencepost, and some people probably weren’t thinking about at all, with the exception of fans of those teams. Here, team by team, is your offseason option and QO tracker. Top players not eligible for qualifying offers this year thanks to either having already received one or being traded in-season include Manny Machado, Andrew McCutchen, Nathan Eovaldi, J.A. Happ, Nelson Cruz, and Zach Britton. A’s Jed Lowrie, 2B — did not receive qualifying offer Jonathan Lucroy, C — did not receive qualifying offer Fernando Rodney, P — $4.25 team option picked up AstrosDallas Keuchel, P — qualifying offer rejected Charlie Morton, P — did not receive qualifying offer Marwin Gonzalez, UTIL — did not receive qualifying offerEvan Gattis, DH — did not receive qualifying offer Brian McCann, C — $15 million club option declined Blue Jays Justin Smoak, 1B — $8 million team option picked upBravesNick Markakis, OF — did not receive qualifying offer BrewersWade Miley, P — did not receive qualifying offer CardinalsBud Norris, P — did not receive qualifying offer Matt Adams, 1B — did not receive qualifying offerTyson Ross, P — did not receive qualifying offerCubsJustin Wilson, P — did not receive qualifying offer Pedro Strop, P — $6.25 million team option picked up Cole Hamels, P — $20 million team option picked upDiamondbacksPatrick Corbin, LHP — qualifying offer rejected A.J. Pollock , OF — qualifying offer rejected Daniel Descalso, INF — did not receive qualifying offer Paul Goldschmidt, 1B — $14.5 million team option picked up DodgersYasmani Grandal, C — qualifying offer rejected Hyun-Jin Ryu, LHP — qualifying offer acceptedDavid Freese, 1B —$6 million team option declined, re-signed on 1-year, $4.5 million deal plus $500,000 option buyoutGiantsHunter Pence, OF — did not receive qualifying offer Madison Bumgarner, P — $12 million club option picked up Pablo Sandoval, 3B — $18 million option picked up (Red Sox paying $17.455 million)IndiansAndrew Miller, LHP — did not receive qualifying offerMichael Brantley, OF — did not receive qualifying offerCody Allen, RHP — did not receive qualifying offer Lonnie Chisenhall, OF — did not receive qualifying offer Carlos Carrasco, P — $9.75 million team option picked up Brandon Guyer, OF — $3 million team option declined, $250,00 buyout NationalsBryce Harper, OF — qualifying offer rejected Sean Doolittle, P — $6 million team option picked up OriolesAdam Jones, OF — did not receive qualifying offer PadresFreddy Galvis, SS — did not receive qualifying offer Pirates Josh Harrison, 2B — $10.5 million team option declined, $1 million buyoutJung Ho Kang, 3B — $5.5 million team option declined RangersAdrian Beltre, 3B — did not receive qualifying offer Red SoxCraig Kimbrel, RHP — qualifying offer rejectedJoe Kelly, RHP — did not receive qualifying offer Chris Sale, P — $15 million team option picked up RockiesAdam Ottavino, RHP — did not receive qualifying offer DJ LeMahieu, 2B — did not receive qualifying offerCarlos Gonzalez, OF — did not receive qualifying offer Royals Jason Hammel Authentic Keanu Neal Jersey , P — $12 million mutual option declined Wily Peralta, P — 2019 option canceled out by new 1-year, $3.25 deal, $7 million 2020 option added Twins Logan Morrison, 1B — $8 million player option bought out for $1 millionErvin Santana, P — $14 million team option declined,$1 million buyout White Sox Nate Jones, P — $4.65 million team option picked up James Shields, P — $16 million team option declined, $2 million buyoutYankeesCC Sabathia, LHP — did not receive qualifying offer Brett Gardner, OF — $12.5 million team option declined, re-signed on 1-year, $7.5 million deal Carmelo Anthony is parting ways with the Houston Rockets just 13 games into his tenure with the franchise, of which he played 10, the team announced on Wednesday. The news was first reported by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. This makes consecutive failed fits in two playoff organizations for the struggling former All-Star, and what’s next for him is wildly unclear.“After much internal discussion, the Rockets will be parting ways with Carmelo Anthony and we are working toward a resolution,” Rockets general manager Daryl Morey said in a statement. “Carmelo had a tremendous approach during his time with the Rockets and accepted every role head coach Mike D’Antoni gave him. The fit we envisioned when Carmelo chose to sign with the Rockets has not materialized, therefore we thought it was best to move on as any other outcome would have been unfair to him.”Anthony signed with the Rockets for the veteran’s minimum this summer after he was traded by the Oklahoma City Thunder and subsequently waived by the Atlanta Hawks. He immediately accepted a bench role in Houston, but the team’s come out of the gates playing poorly on both sides of the ball poorly with a 5-7 record. Part of the solution, in the Rockets’ eyes, is to get rid of him. That’s where we’re at with Carmelo Anthony.There was some dispute over whether Anthony was really gone from Houston on Sunday night prior to the Rockets’ win over the Pacers. The New York Times’ Marc Stein originally reported that Melo had been told “his brief time in Houston would be ending soon,” but the team, and more directly general manager Daryl Morey denied it. Morey addressed the media and said he expected Anthony back in the rotation upon his return from an illness that kept him out of the team’s game against Indiana.That, of course, never happened.(It should also be noted that Houston looked as good as last season in the 12-point win without him, draining 20-of-46 threes.)Why are the Rockets waiving Anthony?For the obvious reason that he is no longer a good NBA player. Anthony’s had a lauded career as one of the league’s best scorers, but there’s little trace of that form of himself left.He’s scoring a career-worst 13.4 points per game at his lowest per 100 possession rate. That means his scoring rate isn’t the lowest it’s ever been merely because he’s playing the fewest minutes of his career, he’s shooting poorly, too. He’s firing at just 40.5 percent from the field(on pace for the second-worst of his career) and a brutal 32.8 percent from 3-point range.And his defense ... is just as bad as always.Simply put, modern basketball hasn’t allowed Melo to age gracefully.What’s Anthony going to do next?That’s a tough question. After two stints in OKC and Houston gone horribly wrong, he’s going to struggle to find another interested party.Anthony might need to sit on the sidelines for a few months before someone can convince themselves he’s worth another try.And he might need to consider the idea that nobody will reach that point again.
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