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Business of Baseball Glossary
Written by Jeff Euston   
Tuesday, 30 January 2007 16:46

A player with almost 3 years of Major League service time may become eligible for arbitration.

To qualify, a player must:

  • have at least 2 years of service, but less than 3, and;
  • have accumulated at least 86 days of service in the previous year, and;
  • rank in the top 17% of all 2-year players in service time.

 
The cutoff point generally falls between 2 years, 128 days of service and 2 years, 140 days.

 
 
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