MLB Trade Rumors is the only website you need to track the progress of the 100+ arbitration eligible players this month, a list that includes Tim Lincecum, Cole Hamels, Hunter Pence, Clayton Kershaw, and David Price. January 17th is a date to keep in mind; that is the deadline for players and teams to exchange salary figures. Important links:
- MLBTR's arbitration tracker, which shows all arbitration eligible players and their salary submissions, midpoints, and settlement amounts while allowing you to filter by team and signing/hearing status.
- Matt Swartz's projected 2012 salaries for all arbitration eligible players. You won't find anything else like this on the web.
- MLBTR's arbitration eligible series with breakdowns by team.
- Ben Nicholson-Smith's arbitration primer.
- Important arbitration-related dates.
Ryan Sweeney is listed as an Athletic, but he was traded to the Red Sox.
long time Price
long term him, also.
Kelly Johnson isnt on Blue Jays list he accepted arby I kinda think he mightsign a 3 yearextension maybe 3 years18-20 mill would get him locked up
He is on there.
Articles on ADR
The court can order the parties to mandatory non-binding arbitration for most civil cases.* What this means is that the parties must attend arbitration. The judge will receive the arbitration decision as an “advisory” opinion. However, if the parties do not object to the arbitrator’s opinion, the court will adopt it and it will become the court’s final decision. Make sure you speak with your attorney, or that you are fully aware of the amount of time you have to object, what the potential consequences of the decision are, and what steps you need to take to file the necessary paperwork