The Atlanta Braves beat Dansby Swanson in salary arbitration, and the shortstop will invent $6 million instead of his seek information from for $6.7 million.
Arbitrators Richard Bloch, Walt De Treaux, Robert Herman made the determination Tuesday, a day after hearing arguments.
The 27-twelve months-frail Swanson hit .274 with 10 homers and 35 RBIs remaining season in an NL-high 237 at-bats. He earned $1,666,667 in prorated pay from a $3.15 million salary.
Teams own won four of seven cases, with Chicago Cubs outfielder Ian Happ and San Francisco 2d baseman Donovan Solano remaining scheduled for hearings this week.
Atlanta pitcher Mike Soroka ($2.8 million) won, as did St. Louis pitcher Jack Flaherty ($3.9 million) and Tampa Bay first baseman Ji-Man Choi ($2.45 million).
Rays reliever Ryan Yarbrough ($2.3 million), Original York Mets third baseman/outfielder J.D. Davis ($2.1 million) and Baltimore outfielder Anthony Santander ($2.1 million) misplaced.
All cases are being argued over Zoom this twelve months due to the the pandemic instead of in particular person.
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