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Salary Arbitration
Written by Maury Brown   
Wednesday, 06 January 2010 12:08

2010 Salary Arb

UPDATE (WEDS. 8:30PM ET) : ALL DATA IS NOW CURRENT


THIS IS AN UPDATE FOR THE BIZ OF BASEBALL...

We are currently updating contract information for the list of 210 players released by the MLBPA in November that could potentially file for salary arbitration. To date, there are 144 players that are still currently salary arbitration eligible (pending contracts, such as Franklin Gutierrez', are not factored into the count. However, we are tracking them as "pending" deals).

The 10-day salary arbitration filing window began yesterday, and will end on Jan. 15th. At that time, the "Filed?" column will be populated. If players that file do not reach settlement with their respective clubs, and exchange salary figures, The Biz of Baseball's Salary Arbitration Figures page will be updated with the 2010 data.

Select the image above, or the following link (Salary Arbitration Filings) to be directed to the data. A notification on the page will be presented when data is updated as current and will then be adjusted as new data arrived.


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