2018 Phillies MiLB Free Agents

Track what’s happening with the Phillies major league free agents.

While the major league free agents get the big spotlight, there are sometimes minor league free agents that can help a team at some point during the season.

To qualify for minor league free agency, a player must have had his original contract renewed six times and has spent all or any part of at least seven separate seasons on a minor league roster and is not signed to a contract for the following season by the fifth day after the end of the World Series.

Also, if a player has been released or non-tendered at any point during his career and his current contract – not his original contract – has expired.

Players do not gain a year of minor league service if they spend the entire season on a major league roster, disabled list or other major league inactive list, or if they spend an entire season on the Restricted List, Disqualified List, Suspended List, Ineligible List, Voluntarily Retired List and/or Military List. Playing in either an instructional league or Arizona Fall League does not count as a minor league season.

A player may either be added to the team’s 40-man roster or signed to a new minor league contract to avoid becoming a free agent.

Pitchers
Harold Arauz
Pedro Beato
Ranfi Casimiro
Mario Sanchez

Catchers
Deivi Grullon
Logan Moore
Nick Rickles

Infielders
Alexi Amarista
Dean Anna
Malquin Canelo
Wilson Garcia
Zach Green
Matt McBride
Heiker Meneses
Joey Meneses
Will Middlebrooks
Mitch Walding

Outfielders
Collin Cowgill
Danny Ortiz
Jose Pujols
Andrew Pullin
Jiandido Tromp