MLB Free Agency Roundup: Insane Day Ends With Double-Digit Deals

All told, 16 players reportedly agreed to terms on a contract

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It was a wild day in Major League Baseball.

As uncertainty looms and a potential lockout reportedly could be on the horizon, free agents were coming to decisions at an unprecedented level Monday.

From Max Scherzer reportedly joining the New York Mets on a mammoth deal, to Corey Seager breaking the Texas Rangers’ team-record, big names were flying off the board. It wasn’t just the star players making decisions, though, as a handful of others also joined them. All told, 16 players reportedly agreed to terms.

Here’s a roundup of all the free agent signings from Monday:

Max Scherzer – New York Mets
Corey Seager – Texas Rangers
Robbie Ray – Seattle Mariners
Alex Cobb – San Francisco Giants
Daniel Hudson – Los Angeles Dodgers
Kirby Yates – Atlanta Braves
Ben Gamel – Pittsburgh Pirates
Jose Peraza – New York Yankees
Darren O’Day – Atlanta Braves
Jerad Eickhoff – Pittsburgh Pirates
Luis Avilan – Washington Nationals
Chad Pinder – Oakland Athletics
Tony Kemp – Oakland Athletics
Yoshi Tsutsugo – Pittsburgh Pirates
Brooks Raley – Tampa Bay Rays
Brett Sullivan – Milwaukee Brewers

And this is just the beginning.

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