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2014 MLB Salary arbitration news

All the arbitration news for the 2013-2014 offseason.

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17 Total Updates since January 20, 2014
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Wieters, O's avoid arbitration

The Orioles ensured they won't have to go through a contentious hearing with their young backstop.

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Masterson, Belt, others on track for arb hearings

More than a few quality big leaguers appear headed to arbitration hearings, which have been known to get ugly over the years.

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2014 MLB Salary arbitration tracker

The contract information of every player eligible for salary arbitration in 2014, organized by team.

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Arbitration: Kimbrel, Wieters remain unsigned

More than 100 of the 146 arbitration-eligible players have agreed to contracts with their teams. Which notable players remain unsigned?

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Max Scherzer, Tigers agree to $15.5M contract

The right-hander's deal is worth $15.525 million.

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American League arbitration roundup

Several players have agreed to deals with their teams in order to avoid arbitration, but many more are still yet to sign.

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National League arbitration roundup

Several new deals have been announced, but many notable players remain unsigned.

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Padres avoid arbitration with Chase Headley

San Diego has avoided Headley's last year of arbitration eligibility, but they could still decide to trade him before he becomes a free agent in 2015.

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Zimmermann extended, Storen avoids arbitration

The Nationals effectively bought out the remainder of Zimmermann's arbitration eligibility, and avoided the process with Storen for 2014.

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File & trial teams include Rays, Braves, Blue Jays

The "file and trial" strategy often leads to player salaries being determined by the arbitration panel.

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Kimbrel, Braves likely headed to arbitration panel

Kimbrel's freakish numbers could lead to a transformative arbitration hearing, and huge salary for the Braves to absorb.

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Johnson, Kendrick, others avoid arbitration

The A's and Jim Johnson agreed to a one-year deal, Kyle Kendrick got in excess of $7 million from the Phillies, and the Rockies and Royals each made a minor-league signing.

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MLB roundup: Price, Jaso, Carp, and Rockies

Replay grabbed headlines on Thursday, but teams also found time to come to terms with arbitration eligible players.

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Rays avoid arbitration with David Price

The Rays could still look to trade Price, but if they don't find a deal they like, he'll take up nearly twenty percent of their payroll next season.

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146 players file for salary arbitration

A total of 146 major league players filed for salary arbitration on Tuesday, an increase of 13 over 2013.

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Arbitration Eligibles: Kershaw, Price lead pack

With Kershaw, Price and Scherzer set to make big money, what does it mean for their teams and others?

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