In an MLB offseason filled with uncertainty, Wednesday's 8 p.m. ET non-tender deadline takes on added importance this winter. The annual deadline is when teams must decide whether to tender contracts to players with less than six years of service time, including arbitration-eligible players who could receive a significant salary raise if tendered a contract.
Which big-name stars could be let go by their current teams and join this year's free-agent crop? Where are potential landing spots for newly available players? And which teams could pounce on anyone non-tendered Wednesday? ESPN MLB experts Bradford Doolittle and David Schoenfield weigh in.