The Latinos List of Free Agents: Class of 2010

Tony MenendezCorrespondent ISeptember 29, 2009

With most of the attention going to the postseason, others are thinking 2010.

The season has not even finished yet and many are looking toward the list of the free agents to be.

Who will stay with their current team and who will move? It’s always a long winter to wait and see.

This is the preliminary list of latinos in the free agent market:

First Basemen

Carlos Delgado. 

Second Basemen

Ron Belliard, Omar Infante, Felipe Lopez, and Placido Polanco.

Shortstop

Orlando Cabrera, Alex Gonzalez*, Marco Scutaro, Miguel Tejada, and Omar Vizquel.

Third Basemen

Adrian Beltre, Pedro Feliz*, and Melvin Mora*.

Catcherers

Rod Barajas, Henry Blanco, Ramon Castro, Ramon Hernandez*, Victor Martinez*, Bengie Molina, Jose Molina, Miguel Olivo*, Ivan Rodriguez, and Yorvit Torrealba*.



Outfielders

Bobby Abreu, Endy Chavez, Vladimir Guerrero, Andruw Jones, Magglio Ordonez*, Manny Ramirez*, and Fernando Tatis.



Pitchers

Miguel Batista, Daniel Cabrera, Bartolo Colon, Jose Contreras, Kelvim Escobar, Vicente Padilla*, Odalis Perez, Joel Pineiro, and Sidney Ponson.

Relief Pitchers

Danys Baez, Joaquin Benoit, Rafael Betancourt*, Kiko Calero, Octavio Dotel, Guillermo Mota, Fernando Rodney, Duaner Sanchez, Rafael Soriano, Jose Valverde, and Luis Vizcaino*.

*—Current contract includes 2010 option.

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