Hundreds of salary decisions will be made today before the MLB Arbitration Deadline. We’re keeping track of every crucial deal.
On Friday, hundreds of teams and players will reach agreements on 2023 salaries to avoid arbitration. The biggest case will be San Diego Padres outfielder Juan Soto, who earned $11.1 million last season, and could earn over $20 million in 2023.
Which players reached an agreement before the MLB Arbitration Deadline?
This list will be updated throughout the day based on information from sources:
- Kyle Lewis, Arizona Diamondbacks: $1.61 million.
- A.J. Minter, Atlanta Braves: $4.2875 million.
- Cedric Mullins, Baltimore Orioles: $4.1 million.
- Reese McGuire, Boston Red Sox: $1.225 million.
- Lucas Sims, Cincinnati Reds: $1.2675 million.
- Zach Plesac, Cleveland Guardians: $2.95 million.
- Brad Keller, Kansas City Royals: $5.775 million.
- Nicky Lopez, Kansas City Royals: $3.7 million.
- Jaime Barria, Los Angeles Angels: $1.05 million.
- Griffin Canning, Los Angeles Angels: $850,000.
- Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers: $8.025 million.
- Will Smith, Los Angeles Dodgers: $5.25 million.
- Caleb Ferguson, Los Angeles Dodgers: $1.1 million.
- Garrett Cooper, Miami Marlins: $4.2 million.
- Hoby Milner, Milwaukee Brewers: $1.025 million.
- Victor Caratini, Milwaukee Brewers: $2.8 million.
- Chris Paddack, Minnesota Twins: $2.4 million.
- Duane Underwood, Pittsburgh Pirates: $1.025 million.
- John Brebbia, San Francisco Giants: $2.3 million.
- Jakob Junis, San Francisco Giants: $2.8 million.
- Jordan Montgomery, St. Louis Cardinals: $10 million.
- Jack Flaherty, St. Louis Cardinals: $5.4 million.
- Dakota Hudson, St. Louis Cardinals: $2.65 million.
- Jonathan Hernandez, Texas Rangers: $995,000.
- Danny Jansen, Toronto Blue Jays: $3.5 million.
- Trevor Richards, Toronto Blue Jays: $1.5 million.
- Tim Mayza, Toronto Blue Jays: $2.1 million.
- Hunter Harvey, Washington Nationals: Terms unknown.
- Carl Edwards Jr., Washington Nationals: $2.25 million.
Leave A Comment