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Written by Maury Brown   
Sunday, 14 February 2010 19:01

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UPDATED - 2/15/14 - Indians win, Tomlin loses

Since the process of salary arbitration has been in place since 1974, we offer this tracker by club. The number of wins, losses, and winning percentage. Totals (Clubs v. Players) is at the bottom.

I will be adding this as a stand alone page here on The Biz of Baseball within the next day and making it a living data source going forward. Until then, here's how it all breaks down from 1974 to the present by club. The data is based on The Biz of Baseball Salary Arbitration Scorecard:

Salary Arb Hearings by Club (1974-Present)
Club Won Lost Total Win %
LA Angels 16 10 26 62%
Arizona 1 1 2 50%
Atlanta 15 9 24 63%
Baltimore 12 3 15 80%
Boston 12 5 17 71%
Cincinnati 18 13 31 58%
Cleveland 9 6 15 60%
Colorado 2 1 3 67%
C. Cubs 4 2 6 67%
C. White S. 14 8 22 64%
Detroit 6 14 20 30%
Miami 3 7 10 30%
Houston 8 7 15 53%
Kansas City 9 10 19 47%
LA Dodgers 14 6 20 70%
Milwaukee 3 2 5 60%
Minnesota 15 13 28 54%
Nats/Expos 23 10 33 70%
NY Mets 11 9 20 55%
NY Yankees 12 9 21 57%
Oakland 17 18 35 49%
Philadelphia 7 1 8 88%
Pittsburgh 10 10 19 50%
San Diego 10 10 20 50%
Seattle 10 9 19 53%
San Francisco 2 4 6 33%
St. Louis 9 6 15 60%
Tampa Bay 6 0 6 100%
Texas 10 9 19 53%
Toronto 5 3 8 63%
TOTALS 293 215 508
Percentages 57.68% 42.32% 100%

YAHOO! SPORTS ARTICLES ON SALARY ARBITRATION:

Inside a Tim Lincecum arbitration hearing - 2/10/10

Salary arbitration: Battle of the midpoint – 1/26/10

Evolution of salary arbitration: an ironic tale – 1/19/10

RESOURCES FOR SALARY ARBITRATION


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