(CBS) The Cubs didn’t tender contracts to left-handed reliever Wesley Wright and catcher John Baker on Tuesday evening, and the two will become free agents.

The 29-year-old Wright was 0-3 with a 3.17 ERA in 58 appearances in 2014. The 33-year-old Baker hit .192 with 15 RBIs in 68 games.

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Given that he performed effectively and that the Cubs still need lefty relief, it’s possible that Wright could re-sign with Chicago, though not likely. Baker is almost certainly out of the picture after he brought nothing to the table offensively.

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The Cubs did tender contracts to starters Jake Arrieta and Travis Wood; relievers Felix Doubront and Pedro Strop; catcher Welington Castillo; infielder Luis Valbuena; and outfielders Chris Coghlan and Justin Ruggiano. They are free to negotiate contracts and sign now. If not, the sides will go to arbitration in February.

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The Cubs’ 40-man roster is now at 37.