MLB qualifying offer hub: Belt only player to accept

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San Francisco Giants first baseman Brandon Belt was the only one of 14 players to accept the one-year, $18.4-million qualifying offer prior to Wednesday's 5 p.m. ET deadline.

Eduardo Rodriguez and Noah Syndergaard not only rejected their offer but also already landed a new deal elsewhere. As a result, the Boston Red Sox and New York Mets will earn draft-pick compensation. Justin Verlander signed a new deal to remain with the Houston Astros.

The 10 remaining free agents are now tied to 2022 draft-pick compensation should they sign with another team. Players who rejected the qualifying offer are still eligible to re-sign with their 2021 team.

Player Position 2021 Team Decision
Freddie Freeman 1B ATL Reject
Eduardo Rodriguez SP BOS Reject
Nick Castellanos OF CIN Reject
Trevor Story SS COL Reject
Carlos Correa SS HOU Reject
Justin Verlander SP HOU Reject
Raisel Iglesias RP LAA Reject
Corey Seager SS LAD Reject
Chris Taylor IF/OF LAD Reject
Michael Conforto OF NYM Reject
Noah Syndergaard SP NYM Reject
Brandon Belt 1B SF Accept
Robbie Ray SP TOR Reject
Marcus Semien 2B TOR Reject
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