Players To Avoid Arbitration: Monday

Teams and players exchange arbitration figures tomorrow if they haven't already come to terms for 2011. That means plenty of players will likely avoid arbitration today. We'll keep track of them all right here and with our Arbitration Tracker; the latest updates are at the top of this post:


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21 Comments on "Players To Avoid Arbitration: Monday"


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4 years 5 months ago

I hope they’re working out a longer term deal with Billy, hopefully buying out at least one year of his free agency. People sometimes forget the kid is only 24 and hit a combined .310/.375/.481 the past two seasons.

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4 years 5 months ago

Well, he’ll be 25 two weeks after Opening Day, but still, he’s got plenty of room to grow and I don’t think he’s close to hitting his ceiling.

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Revive85
4 years 5 months ago

I think a long term deal (3-5 years) with Butler is coming soon but perhaps not until after we see how the Kila monster plays this year.

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4 years 5 months ago

espnchicago.com is reporting the Nationals have acquired Tom Gorzellany

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Lunchbox45
4 years 5 months ago

I think the Jays streak is coming to an end!

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optionn
4 years 5 months ago

I don’t get the attraction of BJ Upton. The guy batted 237 last year and 241 the year before. He had one good year in 2007. The arbitration process sure does give players healthy salaries.