Teams had until 5 p.m. ET on Monday to extend the one-year, $17.2 million qualifying offer to free agents. Players have until next Monday to accept or decline the offer.
Trumbo, 30, will be a free agent for the first time, coming off his best Major League season. An All-Star for the second time, Trumbo led the Majors with 47 home runs while driving in 108 runs and hitting .256/.316/.533. Trumbo set career highs in every major offensive category and is expected to seek a multiyear contract on the heels of that success.
As a result of extending a qualifying offer, Baltimore will receive a compensation Draft pick if Trumbo signs with another club.
Baltimore won't receive a pick if Wieters does, though, after deciding not to offer him a qualifying offer for the second straight year. Wieters, who turns 31 in May, accepted Baltimore's one-year, $15.8 million qualifying offer last season after missing the first part of the year while rehabbing from Tommy John surgery.
Wieters is considered the top catcher on the free-agent market, especially with longtime Nationals backstop Wilson Ramos out until next summer after undergoing knee surgery.
Wieters hit .243/.302/.409 with 17 home runs and 17 doubles in 124 games in 2016. The four-time All-Star and two-time Gold Glove Award winner is a career .256/.318/.421 hitter with 117 homers in eight seasons, all with the Orioles.
Joe Trezza is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter at @joetrezz. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.