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Written by Maury Brown   
Friday, 15 January 2010 18:47

The 10-day salary arbitration filing deadline has now ended, and with that, 128 players filed for salary arbitration in this year's class.

Key players incliude Tim Lincecum, Dan Uggla, Jonathan Papelbon, and Huston Street.

Some of these players are reported to have reached deals, such as Josh Johnson, and Matt Kemp.

Select Read More to see the official list of players that filed for salary arbitration without yet reaching contract settlement. For details on the entire 210 players that were deemed to be salary arbitration eligible this year, select see The Biz of Baseball salary arbitration filing page.

128 Players that Filed for Salary Arbitration

 

PLAYER TEAM POSITION
Peter Moylan AT RP
Stephen Drew AZ SS
Aaron Heilman AZ RP
Edwin Jackson AZ SP
Chad Qualls AZ RP
Jeremy Guthrie BA SP
Luke Scott BA DH
Manny Delcarmen BO RP
Jeremy Hermida BO OF
Jon Papelbon BO RP
Ramon Ramirez BO RP
Jeff Baker CC 2B
Mike Fontenot CC 3B
Tom Gorzelanny CC RP
Angel Guzman CC RP
Koyie Hill CC C
Carlos Marmol CC RP
Sean Marshall CC RP
Ryan Theriot CC SS
Jared Burton CI RP
Nick Masset CI RP
Rafael Perez CL RP
Rafael Betancourt CO RP
Jason Hammel CO SP
Ryan Spilborghs CO OF
Huston Street CO RP
John Danks CWS SP
Bobby Jenks CWS RP
Tony Pena CWS RP
Carlos Quentin CWS OF
Gerald Laird DE C
Zach Miner DE RP
Bobby Seay DE RP
Justin Verlander DE SP
Jorge Cantu FL 1B
Josh Johnson FL SP
Leo Nunez FL RP
Renyel Pinto FL RP
Cody Ross FL OF
Anibal Sanchez FL SP
Dan Uggla FL 2B
Michael Bourn HO OF
Tim Byrdak HO RP
Jeff Keppinger HO 3B
Matthew Lindstrom HO RP
Hunter Pence HO OF
Humberto Quintero HO C\
Wandy Rodriguez HO SP
Alex Gordon KC 3B
Rob Tejeda KC RP
Erick Aybar LAA SS
Maicer Izturis LAA 2B
Howie Kendrick LAA 2B
Jeff Mathis LAA C
Mike Napoli LAA C
Joe Saunders LAA SP
Jered Weaver LAA SP
Reggie Willits LAA OF
Jonathan Broxton LAD RP
Andre Ethier LAD OF
Matt Kemp LAD OF
Hong-Chih Kuo LAD RP
James Loney LAD 1B
Russell Martin LAD C
George Sherrill LAD RP
David Bush MI SP
Todd Coffey MI RP
Jody Gerut MI OF
Carlos Gomez MI OF
Corey Hart MI OF
Carlos Villanueva MI RP
Rickie Weeks MI 2B
Jesse Crain MN RP
Matt Guerrier MN RP
J.J. Hardy MN SS
Brendan Harris MN SS
Francisco Liriano MN SP
Pat Neshek MN RP
Carl Pavano MN SP
Delmon Young MN OF
Pedro Feliciano NYM RP
Jeff Francoeur NYM OF
Sean Green NYM RP
John Maine NYM SP
Angel Pagan NYM OF
Chad Gaudin NYY SP
Boone Logan NYY RP
Rajai Davis OA OF
Scott Hairston OA OF
Michael Wuertz OA RP
Joe Blanton PH SP
Chad Durbin PH RP
Carlos Ruiz PH C
Shane Victorino PH OF
Zach Duke PI SP
Mike Adams SD RP
Kevin Kouzmanoff SD 3B
David Aardsma SE RP
Felix Hernandez SE SP
Casey Kotchman SE 1B
Brandon League SE RP
Mark Lowe SE RP
Tim Lincecum SF SP
Jonathan Sanchez SF SP
Brian Wilson SF RP
Ryan Ludwick SL OF
Skip Schumaker SL 2B
Jason Bartlett TB SS
Matt Garza TB SP
J.P. Howell TB RP
B.J. Upton TB OF
Scott Feldman TE SP
Frank Francisco TE RP
Josh Hamilton TE OF
Chris Ray TE RP
C.J. Wilson TE RP
Jeremy Accardo TO RP
Shawn Camp TO RP
Jason Frasor TO RP
Casey Janssen TO RP
Shaun Marcum TO SP
Brian Tallet TO SP
Jay Bergmann WA RP
Brian Bruney WA RP
Sean Burnett WA RP
Jesus Flores WA C
Wil Nieves WA C
Josh Willingham WA OF

 

Source: MLBPA


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