The Giants declined to offer salary arbitration to Barry Bonds before Friday night's deadline, prompting his agent to say the team has not made bringing the slugger back a priority.
"San Francisco's decision not to offer Barry arbitration speaks volumes of their true intentions to have him back in a Giants uniform for the 2007 season," agent Jeff Borris said.
On Saturday, outfielder Dave Roberts agreed to an $18-million, three-year contract, reuniting with manager Bruce Bochy.
Roberts batted .293 with two homers and 44 RBIs and stole a career-best 49 bases last season.
INDIANS: The team added much-needed experience and depth to its young bullpen, agreeing to one-year contracts with former Devil Ray Roberto Hernandez and Aaron Fultz. Hernandez, a 42-year-old right-hander, is guaranteed $3.5-million. Fultz, a 33-year-old lefty, gets a $1.65-million deal. Hernandez went 0-3 with two saves and a 3.11 ERA in 68 appearances for the Pirates and the Mets last season. Fultz went 3-1 with a 4.54 ERA in 66 appearances for the Phillies. The team holds options for both for 2008.
ORIOLES: First baseman Kevin Millar re-signed, agreeing to a one-year, $2.75-million contract with an option for 2008. Millar, 35, hit .272 with 15 home runs and 64 RBIs last season.
RANGERS: The team offered salary arbitration to right-hander Vicente Padilla, who won 15 games last season. It declined arbitration for catcher Rod Barajas and infielder Eric Young.