The Tigers will avoid the arbitration process after agreeing to deals with all four of their remaining eligible players.
The Rangers have reached an agreement with infielder Jurickson Profar on a one-year contract and avoided an arbitration hearing. According to multiple reports Friday, Texas agreed to a $1.05 million deal for 2018 prior to the 1 p.m. ET arbitration deadline.
Friday was a busy day around Major League Baseball as front offices agreed to 2018 salaries with their arbitration-eligible players prior to the 1 p.m. ET deadline. While the players agreeing to deals were already under team control for this season, the deadline was set in order to determine their salary. For those who did […]
The deadline for major-league teams to agree to salary figures for the 2018 season passed Friday afternoon. While the bulk of players came to agreements with their respective clubs, more than 25 are potentially headed for arbitration hearings in order to have their salaries settled. Here’s what we learned about the players and teams that […]
The Padres agreed to terms with four of their five remaining arbitration-eligible players prior to Friday’s deadline for the two sides to submit their salary requests. Shortstop Freddy Galvis, infielder Cory Spangenberg, right-hander Kirby Yates and outfielder Matt Szczur each agreed to terms
The Marlins reached agreement with infielders Miguel Rojas and Derek Dietrich on one-year deals Friday, but the organization was unable to come to terms with three of its core players who are arbitration-eligible for the first time: J.T. Realmuto, Dan Straily and Justin Bour.
The Giants avoided arbitration with all five of their eligible players, agreeing to one-year deals with second baseman Joe Panik and relievers Hunter Strickland, Sam Dyson, Cory Gearrin and Will Smith.
The Cubs on Friday avoided arbitration with five players, including third baseman Kris Bryant, who signed for $10.85 million, a record for a first-year arbitration-eligible player.
After avoiding arbitration with infielder Eduardo Escobar on a one-year, $4.85 million contract on Thursday night, the Twins avoided arbitration with four players before Friday’s 12 p.m. CT deadline. Minnesota settled one-year deals with right-hander Ryan Pressly for $1.6 million, shortstop Ehire Adrianza for $1 million, right-hander Trevor May for $650,000 and outfielder Robbie Grossman […]
The deadline for teams to avoid arbitration with their eligible players was 1p.m. EST on Friday, and the majority of cases were resolved. However, a gooddeal of notable players still don't have a contract in place for 2018.
The Blue Jays appear destined for arbitration hearings with Marcus Stroman and Roberto Osuna after the star right-handers remained unsigned following Friday’s deadline to exchange salary figures.
The Astros agreed to terms with five arbitration-eligible players on Friday, including All-Star starting pitchers Dallas Keuchel and Lance McCullers Jr. The club also announced deals for 2018 with catcher/designated hitter Evan Gattis, outfielder Jake Marisnick and pitcher Brad Peacock.