31 players left in arbitration as 150 reach deals

A total of 156 players agreed to contracts in the hours before the delayed deadline to exchange proposed salaries with teams in arbitration and only three reached multi-year deals, all for two years: third baseman Matt Chapman and third baseman Matt Chapman. Toronto at $25 million, outfielders Darin Roof and San Francisco at $6.25 million and left-handers Richard Blair and Miami at $6 million.

While 31 players swapped figures with their clubs on Tuesday and went ahead with hearings, 153 agreed to one-year contracts:

-Baltimore left-hander Tanner Scott ($1.05 million).

-Boston second baseman Christian Arroyo ($1.2 million), third baseman Rafael Devers ($11.2 million), right-hander Nick Pivetta ($2.65 million), left-hander Josh Taylor ($1,025,000) and outfielder Alex Verdugo ($3.55 million) ).

-Chicago White Sox outfielder Adam Engel ($2 million) and right-hander Reynaldo Lopez ($2,625,000).

-Cleveland right-hander Shane Bieber ($6 million), catcher Austin Hedges ($4 million), outfielder Josh Naylor ($1.2 million), right-hander Cal Quantrill ($2.51 million), outfielder Franmil Reyes ($4.55) million), shortstop Amade Rosario ($4.95 million) and outfielder Bradley Zimmer ($1.3 million).

Detroit third baseman Jammer Candelario ($5.8 million), second baseman Harold Castro ($1,275,000), right-hander Jose Cisnero ($1.9 million), right-hander Michael Fulmer ($4.95 million), catcher Dustin Garneau ($1,175,000), right-hander Joe Jimenez ($1.79 million) and outfielder Victor Reyes ($1.4 million).

-Houston infielder Aldamis Diaz ($4.45 million), right-hander Josh James ($800,000), right-hander Phil Matton ($1.55 million), right-hander Rafael Monteiro ($2,725,000), right-hander René Stanek ($2.1 million) million) and left-hander Framber Vadez ($3 million).

– Kansas City right-hander Scott Barlow ($2.4 million), catcher Cam Gallagher ($885,000), left-hander Amir Garrett ($2,025,000), right-hander Brad Keller ($4,825,000) and first baseman Ryan O’Hearn ( $1.3 million).

-Los Angeles Angels right-hander Mike Meyers ($2.15 million), catcher Max Stacy ($3 million) and infielder/outfielder Tyler Wade ($825,000).

-Minnesota left-hander Taylor Rogers ($7.3 million).

– New York Yankees outfielder/third baseman Miguel Andozer ($1.3 million), outfielder Joy Gallo ($10,275,000), right-hander Chad Green ($4 million), catcher Kyle Higashioka ($935,000), right-hander Clay Holmes ($1.1 million), infielder Isiah Kiner-Falefa ($4.7 million), right-hander Jonathan Loisiga ($1.65 million), left-hander Jordan Montgomery ($6 million), left-hander Vandy Peralta ($2.15 million), right-hander Jameson Talon ($5.8 million) and fielder Gleber Torres ($6.25 million).

Oakland outfielder Ramon Loreno ($2.45 million), left-hander Sean Maneya ($9.75 million), right-hander Frankie Montas ($5,025,000) and right-hander Lou Trivino ($3 million).

-Seattle right-hander Diego Castillo ($2.15 million), shortstop JP Crawford ($4.85 million), second baseman/outfielder Dylan Moore ($1.35 million), catcher Tom Murphy ($1,575,000), right-hander Paul Sewald ($1,735,000) ), right-handed batsman Drew Steckenrider ($3.1 million) and catcher/designated hitter Lewis Torrance ($1.2 million).

-Tampa Bay right-hander Nick Anderson ($845,000), left-hander Jalen Beaks ($750,000), right-hander Yoni Chirinos ($1,175,000), third baseman Yandy Diaz ($2.8 million), right-hander Tyler Glasnow ($ 5.1 million), right-hander Andrew Kittredge ($1.85 million), outfielder Manuel Margot ($5.6 million), outfielder Austin Meadows ($4 million), catcher Francisco Mejia ($1,455,000), outfielder Brett Phillips ($1.4 million), Left-hander Jeffrey Springs ($947,500), right-hander Matt Wiesler ($2.16 million) and left-hander Ryan Yarbrough ($3.85 million).

-Texas outfielder Willie Calhoun ($1.3 million), catcher Mitch Garver ($3,335,000), left-hander Taylor Hearn ($1.05 million) and left-hander Brett Martin ($1,025,000).

—Toronto second baseman Cavan Bigio ($2,112,500), left-hander Ryan Borucci ($825,000), right-hander Adam Simber ($1,575,000), first baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. ($7.9 million), outfielder Teoscar Hernandez ($10.65 million), catcher Danny Jenson ($1.95 million), left-hander Tim Meza ($1.25 million), right-hander Trevor Richards ($1 million), right-hander Ross Stripling ($3.79 million) and right-hander Trent Thornton ($850,000) .

-Arizona catcher Carson Kelly ($3,325,000), outfielder Jordan Luplo ($1.4 million), first baseman Christian Walker ($2.6 million) and right-hander Luke Weaver ($2,875,000).

-Atlanta left-hander Tyler Matzek ($1.4 million), left-hander AJ Minter ($2.2 million) and left-hander Sean Newcomb ($900,000).

-Chicago Cubs outfielder Ian Happ ($6.85 million).

-Cincinnati right-hander Luis Castillo ($7.35 million), right-hander Luis Sessa ($1.8 million), second baseman Kyle Farmer ($3,155,000), right-hander Jeff Hoffman ($925,000) and right-hander Tyler Mahal ($ 5.2 million).

-Colorado right-hander Carlos Estevez ($3,025,000), second baseman Garrett Hampson ($1,862,500), right-hander Peter Lambert ($762,500), right-hander Robert Stephenson ($1.28 million) and outfielder Raimel Tapia ($3.95 million) .

-Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander Caleb Ferguson ($762,500), shortstop/second baseman Tree Turner ($21 million) and left-hander Julio Ureas ($8 million).

-Miami third baseman Brian Anderson ($4,475,000), infielder/outfielder John Bertie ($1.2 million), outfielder/first baseman Garrett Cooper ($2.5 million), right-hander Dylan Floro ($3 million) and right-hander Alisar Hernandez ($1,325,000) .

-Milwaukee shortstop Willie Adams ($4.6 million), right-hander Corbin Burns ($6.5 million), left-hander Josh Hader ($11 million), left-hander Eric Lauer ($2,425,000), catcher Omar Narvez ($5 million) ), outfielder Hunter Renfro ($7.65 million), left-hander Brent Sutter ($2.7 million), infielder Luis Ureas ($2.55 million) and right-hander Brandon Woodruff ($6.8 million).

-New York Mets first baseman Pete Alonso ($7.4 million), right-hander Miguel Castro ($2.62 million), third baseman JD Davis ($2.76 million), right-hander Edwin Diaz ($10.2 million), infielder Luis Guillorm ($875,000) ), left-hander Joey Luchesi ($1.15 million), right-hander Seth Lugo ($3,925,000), second baseman/outfielder Jeff McNeil ($3 million), catcher Tomas Nido ($890,000), outfielder Brandon Nimmo ($7 million) ), outfielder Dominic Smith ($3.95 million), right-hander Drew Smith ($750,000) and right-hander Trevor Williams ($3.9 million).

-Philadelphia left-hander Jose Alvarado ($1.9 million) and first baseman Rhys Hoskins ($7.7 million).

-Pittsburgh right-hander Chris Stratton ($2.7 million).

-scheduled tribe. Louis right-hander Jack Flaherty ($5 million), right-hander Giovanni Gallegos ($2.41 million), right-hander Jordan Hicks ($937,500), right-hander Dakota Hudson ($1.05 million) and right-hander Alex Reyes ( $2.85 million).

-San Diego catcher Jorge Alfaro ($2,725,000), catcher Victor Cartini ($2 million), right-hander Dinelson Lammett ($4,775,000), right-hander Joe Musgrove ($8,625,000), right-hander Chris Paddack ($2.25 million) and outfielder/designated hitter Luke Voight ($5.45 million).

-San Francisco catcher Kurt Casali ($2.6 million), right-hander Dominic Lyon ($2.25 million) and outfielder Mike Yastrzemski ($3.7 million).

Washington first baseman Josh Bell ($10 million), right-hander Eric Fedde ($2.15 million), right-hander Tanner Renee ($860,000), right-hander Joe Ross ($2.4 million), outfielder Juan Soto ($ 17.1 million) and right-hander Austin Voth ($875,000).

Also in reach on Monday were Kansas City shortstop Adalberto Mondessi ($3 million) and outfielder Tyler Nquin ($4,025,000) and outfielder Nick Senzel ($1.25 million) from Cincinnati.

Arbitration-eligible players who do not reach agreements will have their cases heard by a three-person panel during video conference over video conference, the scheduling required by the 99-day lockdown, which took spring training from February 16 to March 13. pushed back the start. and opening days from March 31 to April 7.

The deadline for swapping arbitration numbers was delayed from mid-January to Tuesday. No date has been set for the hearing, which usually takes place during the first three weeks of February. Teams and players can continue to negotiate and agree on a deal at any time.

If the team and player do not agree to a salary before Opening Day, the player will be paid at the rate offered by the club and the salary will be adjusted retrospectively if necessary.


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