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Robinson Cano, Jacoby Ellsbury headline baseball's free agents

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Robinson Cano, March 21, 2013, Tampa, Fla. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens) Robinson Cano, March 21, 2013, Tampa, Fla. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
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With the World Series over, the business of baseball and bidding on players can begin. In all, 147 players are eligible to negotiate and sign with any ball club beginning at 12:01 a.m. on November 5, 2013, according to news release from Major League Baseball and the players' union.

Keep in mind that on this list are some players who are technically free agents but have announced their retirement. Most notable among these are Mariano Rivera and Andy Pettitte.

The big names from the local teams include Robinson Cano, Curtis Granderson, and Hiroki Kuroda of the Yankees. LaTroy Hawkins and Daisuke Matsuzaka, who pitched a few games for the Mets this season, are also free agents.

Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman has said he wants to keep Cano in pinstripes, but the team may not offer the 31-year-old star second baseman the huge 10-year contract he is rumored to be seeking.

Several prominent players from the World Series champion Boston Red Sox are also on the list, including Jacoby Ellsbury, Mike Napoli, and Jarrod Saltalamacchia.

Slugger Carlos Beltran of the National League champion St. Louis Cardinals is also eligible.

This is the list of players, sorted by their most recent team.

Atlanta Braves

Luis Ayala

Scott Downs

Freddy Garcia

Tim Hudson

Kameron Loe

Paul Maholm

Brian McCann

Eric O'Flaherty

Arizona Diamondbacks

Willie Bloomquist

Eric Chavez

Wil Nieves

Baltimore Orioles

Scott Feldman

Jason Hammel

Nate McLouth

Michael Morse

Brian Roberts

Francisco Rodriguez

Chris Snyder

Boston Red Sox

Stephen Drew

Jacoby Ellsbury

Joel Hanrahan

John McDonald

Mike Napoli

Jarrod Saltalamacchia

Chicago Cubs

Scott Baker

Kevin Gregg

Matt Guerrier

Dioner Navarro

Chicago White Sox

Gavin Floyd

Paul Konerko

Cincinnati Reds

Bronson Arroyo

Shin-Soo Choo

Zach Duke

Cesar Izturis

Nick Masset

Manny Parra

Cleveland Indians

Matt Albers

Jason Giambi

Rich Hill

Scott Kazmir

Joe Smith

Kelly Shoppach

Colorado Rockies

Rafael Betancourt

Jeff Francis

Todd Helton

Roy Oswalt

Yorvit Torrealba

Detroit Tigers

Joaquin Benoit

Jeremy Bonderman

Octavio Dotel

Omar Infante

Brayan Pena

Jhonny Peralta

Ramon Santiago

Houston Astros

Erik Bedard

Kansas City Royals

Bruce Chen

Carlos Pena

Ervin Santana

Miguel Tejada

Los Angeles Angels

Jason Vargas

Los Angeles Dodgers

Jerry Hairston, Jr.

J.P. Howell

Carlos Marmol

Ricky Nolasco

Nick Punto

Skip Schumaker

Juan Uribe

Edinson Volquez

Brian Wilson

Michael Young

Miami Marlins

Matt Diaz

Austin Kearns

Juan Pierre

Placido Polanco

Chad Qualls

Milwaukee Brewers

Yuniesky Betancourt

Mike Gonzalez

Corey Hart

Minnesota Twins

Mike Pelfrey

New York Mets

David Aardsma

Tim Byrdak

Frank Francisco

Aaron Harang

LaTroy Hawkins

Daisuke Matsuzaka

New York Yankees

Robinson Cano

Joba Chamberlain

Pedro Feliciano

Curtis Granderson

Travis Hafner

Phil Hughes

Hiroki Kuroda

Boone Logan

Lyle Overbay

Andy Pettitte

Mark Reynolds

Mariano Rivera

Brendan Ryan

Kevin Youkilis

Oakland Athletics

Grant Balfour

Bartolo Colon

Philadelphia Phillies

Roy Halladay

Carlos Ruiz

Pittsburgh Pirates

Clint Barmes

John Buck

A.J. Burnett

Marlon Byrd

Kyle Farnsworth

Jeff Karstens

Justin Morneau

San Diego Padres

Ronny Cedeno

Mark Kotsay

Jason Marquis

San Francisco Giants

Chad Gaudin

Javier Lopez

Seattle Mariners

Endy Chavez

Raul Ibanez

Kendrys Morales

Oliver Perez

Humberto Quintero

St. Louis Cardinals

Carlos Beltran

Chris Carpenter

Rafael Furcal

Edward Mujica

Tampa Bay Rays

Jesse Crain

Roberto Hernandez

Kelly Johnson

James Loney

Jose Molina

Fernando Rodney

Luke Scott

Jamey Wright

Delmon Young

Texas Rangers

Lance Berkman

Nelson Cruz

Jason Frasor

Matt Garza

Colby Lewis

David Murphy

A.J. Pierzynski

Geovany Soto

Toronto Blue Jays

Rajai Davis

Josh Johnson

Darren Oliver

Ramon Ortiz

Washington Nationals

Dan Haren

Chad Tracy

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