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Steve Pearce, 144 others hit free agency

The off-season is officially underway.

World Series - Boston Red Sox v Los Angeles Dodgers - Game Five Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

Less than 24 hours after being announced as the Most Valuable Player of the 2018 World Series, Steve Pearce has become a free agent.

His three home runs, eight RBI’s, and .333 batting average paced everyone in a Red Sox uniform — and now he’s available to every team in the league.

Earlier today, the MLBPA announced the list of 145 players hitting free agency this off season. Several names could still join the list as club and player options may, or may not, be exercised. But for now, here’s a list of the players hitting the market.

Arizona Diamondbacks (10): Clay Buchholz, Patrick Corbin, Randall Delgado, Daniel Descalso, Jacob Diekman, Jon Jay, Jeff Mathis, A.J. Pollock, Chris Stewart, Brad Ziegler

Atlanta Braves (9): Brad Brach, Lucas Duda, Ryan Flaherty, Nick Markakis, Brandon McCarthy, Peter Moylan, René Rivera, Aníbal Sánchez, Kurt Suzuki

Baltimore Orioles (2): Adam Jones, Colby Rasmus

Boston Red Sox (7): Nathan Eovaldi, Joe Kelly, Craig Kimbrel, Ian Kinsler, Steve Pearce, Brandon Phillips, Drew Pomeranz

Chicago Cubs (6): Jesse Chavez, Jorge De La Rosa, Jaime García, Daniel Murphy, Bobby Wilson, Justin Wilson

Chicago White Sox (3): Jeanmar Gómez, Miguel González, Hector Santiago

Cincinnati Reds (1): Matt Harvey

Cleveland Indians (10): Cody Allen, Michael Brantley, Melky Cabrera. Lonnie Chisenhall; Rajai Davis, Josh Donaldson, Andrew Miller, Óliver Pérez, Adam Rosales, Josh Tomlin

Colorado Rockies (5): Drew Butera, Carlos González, Matt Holliday, DJ LeMahieu, Adam Ottavino

Detroit Tigers (4): José Iglesias, Francisco Liriano, Víctor Martínez, Jarrod Saltalamacchia

Houston Astros (6): Evan Gattis, Marwin González, Dallas Keuchel, Martín Maldonado, Charlie Morton, Tony Sipp

Kansas City Royals (1): Alcides Escobar

Los Angeles Angels (6): Jim Johnson, Garrett Richards, Junichi Tazawa, Blake Wood, Chris B. Young, Eric Young Jr.

Los Angeles Dodgers (7): John Axford, Brian Dozier, Yasmani Grandal, Dan Hudson, Manny Machado, Ryan Madson, Hyun-Jin Ryu

Miami Marlins (0):

Milwaukee Brewers (3): Gio González, Curtis Granderson, Wade Miley

Minnesota Twins (4): Matt Belisle, Logan Forsythe, Chris Gimenez, Joe Mauer

New York Mets (6): Jerry Blevins, Austin Jackson, José Lobatón, Devin Mesoraco, A.J. Ramos, José Reyes

New York Yankees (8): Zach Britton, J.A. Happ, Adeiny Hechavarría, Lance Lynn, Andrew McCutchen, David Robertson, CC Sabathia, Neil Walker

Oakland A’s (8): Brett Anderson, Trevor Cahill, Jeurys Familia, Edwin Jackson, Matt Joyce, Shawn Kelley, Jed Lowrie, Jonathan Lucroy

Philadelphia Phillies (4): José A. Bautista, Asdrúbal Cabrera, Aaron Loup, Wilson Ramos

Pittsburgh Pirates (1): Jung-ho Kang*, Jordy Mercer

St. Louis Cardinals (4): Matt Adams, Bud Norris, Tyson Ross, Adam Wainwright

San Diego Padres (2): A.J. Ellis, Freddy Galvis

San Francisco Giants (4): Gregor Blanco, Derek Holland, Nick Hundley, Hunter Pence

Seattle Mariners (7): Gordon Beckham, Nelson R. Cruz, Zach Duke, Cameron Maybin, David Phelps, Andrew Romine, Adam Warren

Tampa Bay Rays (2): Carlos Gómez, Sergio Romo

Texas Rangers (3): Tony Barnette*, Adrian Beltré, Bartolo Colon, Yovani Gallardo

Toronto Blue Jays (2): Tyler Clippard, Marco Estrada

Washington Nationals (8): Joaquín Benoit, Tim Collins, Bryce Harper, Jeremy Hellickson, Kelvin Herrera, Greg Holland, Mark Reynolds, Matt Wieters,

* Eligible per contract terms.