Jose Bautista could walk away from baseball if he doesn't receive a contract offer that he feels he deserves. The 37-year-old remains unsigned three weeks before Opening Day and could choose to retire. Bautista has received a couple seven-figure offers, likely around $1 million, but isn't willing to sign a deal for less than what he believes he's worth. Bautista was an All-Star in six straight years from 2010-15 but is coming off back-to-back down seasons.

Despite appearing in 157 games in 2017, which was the most he has played since 2010, he hit .203/.308/.366 with 23 home runs, 27 doubles, and a career-high 170 strikeouts. The former Blue Jay is not the only veteran player coming off down seasons that is still looking for a new contract. Curtis Granderson did find a new home, Jayson Werth, Andre Ethier, Michael Morse, Melky Cabrera, and Matt Holliday all remain unsigned.

Bautista earned $18 million with Toronto last season and has made more than $100 million during his 14-year career. He ranks second on the Blue Jays' franchise home run list and third in RBIs.