Just https://www.brewersedges.com/milwaukee-brewers/robin-yount-jersey three days after the end of the World Series, the Royals are faced with having toreplace one of their biggest contributors of the past eight years.The Royals announced that outfielder AlexGordon, the team’s longest-tenured player,has turned down his $14millionplayer option for 2016, making him a free agent.MORE: Best spots for Jason Heyward | Top six FA first basemen | Top five FA catchersGordon batted .271/.377/.432 with 13 homers and 48 RBIs in 104 games this season. He strained hisleft groin while chasing down a fly https://www.brewersedges.com/milwaukee-brewers/corey-knebel-jersey ball in July.The three-time All-Star and four-time Gold Glove Award winnerwill be a hot commodity this winter. While he doesturn 32 in February, Gordon is still considered an elite outfielddefender. He was tied for 29th among major league outfielders last seasonwith seven defensive runs saved, according to Fangraphs.He has a career slash line of .269/.348/.435 and 134 home runs with 523RBIs.CBS Sportsreports that the Cubs, White Sox, Orioles and Astros are among the teamsinterested inGordon.The Royals also announcedWednesday that they had declined topickup the mutual options on pitcher Jeremy Guthrie and outfielder Alex Rios. The club also has decisions to make about second basemanBen Ryan Braun Jersey Zobrist and pitcherJohnny Cueto, but expectations are they will not be re-signed.