Qualifying offers for Carlos Beltran, Curtis Granderson, Jacoby Ellsbury

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Meanwhile, Bartolo Colon, Scott Kazmir, and Jhonny Peralta did not receive qualifying offers from their teams.

Monday is the deadline for teams to extend $14.1 million qualifying offers to their top free agents, and the news is coming in from around the league regarding which players will receive such offers. Players who receive offers can either accept them or decline them. Those who accept will play on one-year deals in 2014 or work out longer-term contracts with their teams; players who decline are free agents who can re-sign or go elsewhere, but if they leave then their new teams have to surrender a top draft pick. Players who don't receive offers are free agents.

Players who received qualifying offers:

- Robinson Cano, 2B, New York Yankees (source)
- Hiroki Kuroda, SP, New York Yankees (source)
- Curtis Granderson, OF, New York Yankees (source) (Note: He might accept.)
- Carlos Beltran, OF, St. Louis Cardinals (source)
- Brian McCann, C, Atlanta Braves (source)
- Ubaldo Jimenez, SP, Cleveland Indians (source)
- Jacoby Ellsbury, OF, Boston Red Sox (source)
- Mike Napoli, 1B, Boston Red Sox (source)
- Stephen Drew, SS, Boston Red Sox (source)
- Nelson Cruz, OF, Texas Rangers (source)
- Ervin Santana, SP, Kansas City Royals (source)
- Shin-Soo Choo, OF, Cincinnati Reds (source)
- Kendrys Morales, DH, Seattle Mariners (source)

Players who did not receive qualifying offers:

- Bartolo Colon, SP, Oakland Athletics (source)
- Grant Balfour, RP, Oakland Athletics (source)
- Bronson Arroyo, SP, Cincinnati Reds (source)
- Tim Hudson, SP, Atlanta Braves (source) (Note: Braves want him back.) (Note #2: So do Royals, Indians.)
- Josh Johnson, SP, Toronto Blue Jays (source)
- Jarrod Saltalamacchia, C, Boston Red Sox (source)
- Scott Kazmir, SP, Cleveland Indians (source)
- A.J. Burnett, SP, Pittsburgh Pirates (source)
- Omar Infante, 2B, Detroit Tigers (source)
- Jhonny Peralta, SS, Detroit Tigers (source)
- Joaquin Benoit, RP, Detroit Tigers (source)
- Joe Nathan, RP, Texas Rangers (source)
- Corey Hart, OF, Milwaukee Brewers (source)

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