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Re: Arb-Eligible Players 2018
« Reply #40 on: November 29, 2018, 06:14:32 pm »
All 11 arb-eligible players will get tendered, says Luhnow on Astroline. Qualifier: that's the plan "at this point".
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Re: Arb-Eligible Players 2018
« Reply #41 on: November 30, 2018, 07:54:33 pm »
All 11 arb-eligible players will get tendered, says Luhnow on Astroline. Qualifier: that's the plan "at this point".
Operative phrase, apparently, was "at this point"

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Re: Arb-Eligible Players 2018
« Reply #42 on: December 06, 2018, 11:08:45 am »
With the number of arb-eligible players back down to 10, the revised amount in total payroll if all 10 players are on the opening day roster (or 60-day DL in LMJ's case) and the MLBTR estimates are accurate is $48.1MM (previously: $49.6MM).

Gerrit Cole – $13.1MM   ($6.75MM)
Roberto Osuna – $6.5MM   ($5.3MM)
Collin McHugh – $5.4MM   ($5.0MM)
Carlos Correa – $5.1MM   ($1.0MM)
Lance McCullers – $4.6MM   ($2.45MM)
Will Harris – $3.6MM  ($2.8MM)
Ryan Pressly – $3.1MM   ($1.6MM)
Brad Peacock – $2.9MM   ($2.44MM)
Jake Marisnick – $2.4MM   ($1.9MM)
Chris Herrmann--$1.5MM (n/a)
Chris Devenski – $1.4MM  ($0.6MM)

MLBTR 2019 estimate vs 2018 salary


The 2019 Payroll thread will also (eventually) be adjusted accordingly.
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Re: Arb-Eligible Players 2018
« Reply #43 on: January 11, 2019, 01:24:12 pm »
Astros have settled with Peacock and Pressly...

Gerrit Cole – $13.1MM   ($6.75MM)
Roberto Osuna – $6.5MM   ($5.3MM)
Collin McHugh – $5.4MM   ($5.0MM)
Carlos Correa – $5.1MM   ($1.0MM)
Lance McCullers – $4.6MM   ($2.45MM)
Will Harris – $3.6MM  ($2.8MM)
Ryan Pressly – $3.1MM   ($1.6MM) Actual: $2.9MM
Brad Peacock – $2.9MM   ($2.44MM) Actual: $3.11MM
Jake Marisnick – $2.4MM   ($1.9MM)
Chris Herrmann--$1.5MM (n/a)
Chris Devenski – $1.4MM  ($0.6MM)

MLBTR 2019 estimate vs 2018 salary vs 2019 agreed salary
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Re: Arb-Eligible Players 2018
« Reply #44 on: January 11, 2019, 02:02:16 pm »
Lance's arbitration settled for $4.1mm.
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Re: Arb-Eligible Players 2018
« Reply #45 on: January 11, 2019, 02:12:40 pm »
LMJ sorted out as Bench noted...

Gerrit Cole – $13.1MM   ($6.75MM)
Roberto Osuna – $6.5MM   ($5.3MM)
Collin McHugh – $5.4MM   ($5.0MM)
Carlos Correa – $5.1MM   ($1.0MM)
Lance McCullers – $4.6MM   ($2.45MM)  Actual: $4.1MM
Will Harris – $3.6MM  ($2.8MM)
Ryan Pressly – $3.1MM   ($1.6MM)  Actual: $2.9MM
Brad Peacock – $2.9MM   ($2.44MM)  Actual: $3.11MM
Jake Marisnick – $2.4MM   ($1.9MM)
Chris Herrmann--$1.5MM (n/a)
Chris Devenski – $1.4MM  ($0.6MM)

MLBTR 2019 estimate vs 2018 salary vs 2019 agreed salary
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Re: Arb-Eligible Players 2018
« Reply #46 on: January 11, 2019, 03:08:59 pm »
Will Harris has settled...

Gerrit Cole – $13.1MM   ($6.75MM)
Roberto Osuna – $6.5MM   ($5.3MM)
Collin McHugh – $5.4MM   ($5.0MM)
Carlos Correa – $5.1MM   ($1.0MM)
Lance McCullers – $4.6MM   ($2.45MM)  Actual: $4.1MM
Will Harris – $3.6MM  ($2.8MM)  Actual: $4.225MM
Ryan Pressly – $3.1MM   ($1.6MM)  Actual: $2.9MM
Brad Peacock – $2.9MM   ($2.44MM)  Actual: $3.11MM
Jake Marisnick – $2.4MM   ($1.9MM)
Chris Herrmann--$1.5MM (n/a)
Chris Devenski – $1.4MM  ($0.6MM)

MLBTR 2019 estimate vs 2018 salary vs 2019 agreed salary
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Re: Arb-Eligible Players 2018
« Reply #47 on: January 11, 2019, 04:22:50 pm »
Marisnick, McHugh and Osuna also settled (though salary info has yet to be shared) leaving Cole, Correa and Devo to go to hearings.
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Re: Arb-Eligible Players 2018
« Reply #48 on: January 11, 2019, 04:37:40 pm »
Has Correa actually accepted any contract from the Astros since agreeing to his draft bonus? He’s made them renew him each year, right?

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Re: Arb-Eligible Players 2018
« Reply #49 on: January 11, 2019, 05:13:06 pm »
Has Correa actually accepted any contract from the Astros since agreeing to his draft bonus? He’s made them renew him each year, right?

Cots says they've all been renewals.
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Re: Arb-Eligible Players 2018
« Reply #50 on: January 11, 2019, 06:26:37 pm »
Astros with 3 of the 15 unsettled cases at this stage...

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The full list of players who did not reach arbitration settlement, per league sources:
- Arenado
- Barraclough
- Bauer
- Cole
- Correa
- Devenski
- Fulmer
- McFarland
- Nola
- Pham
- Severino
- Taylor
- Tepera
- Treinen
- Wood
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Re: Arb-Eligible Players 2018
« Reply #51 on: January 11, 2019, 07:34:25 pm »
Cole's exchanged figures per Heyman...

Gerrit Cole – $13.1MM   ($13.5MM vs $11.425MM)
Roberto Osuna – $6.5MM 
Collin McHugh – $5.4MM 
Carlos Correa – $5.1MM   
Lance McCullers – $4.6MM   Actual: $4.1MM
Will Harris – $3.6MM  Actual: $4.225MM
Ryan Pressly – $3.1MM   Actual: $2.9MM
Brad Peacock – $2.9MM   Actual: $3.11MM
Jake Marisnick – $2.4MM
Chris Devenski – $1.4MM

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Re: Arb-Eligible Players 2018
« Reply #52 on: January 11, 2019, 08:26:35 pm »
Fuck. Take Cole to a hearing? We should want to extend him, not fight with him.
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Re: Arb-Eligible Players 2018
« Reply #53 on: January 11, 2019, 08:31:39 pm »
Fuck. Take Cole to a hearing? We should want to extend him, not fight with him.

Maybe they think he's gone after 2019 anyway.

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Re: Arb-Eligible Players 2018
« Reply #54 on: January 11, 2019, 08:55:32 pm »
Maybe they think he's gone after 2019 anyway.

Doubt they would give up this soon.
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Re: Arb-Eligible Players 2018
« Reply #55 on: January 11, 2019, 08:55:52 pm »
Fuck. Take Cole to a hearing? We should want to extend him, not fight with him.

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Re: Arb-Eligible Players 2018
« Reply #56 on: January 11, 2019, 08:59:33 pm »
Has Luhnow ever stated his preferred approach to arbitration?
(i.e. avoid at all costs,  or it's no big deal)

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Re: Arb-Eligible Players 2018
« Reply #57 on: January 11, 2019, 10:02:20 pm »
Astros' arb cases under Luhnow/Crane:

2012 (0)
2013 (0)
2014 (0)
2015 (0)
2016 (1)
  -Castro (5MM vs 5.25MM)  Astros Won
2017 (1)
  -McHugh (3.35MM vs 3.85MM)  Astros Lost
2018 (2)
  -McHugh (4.55MM vs 5MM) Astros Lost
  -Giles (4.2MM vs 4.6MM)  Astros Lost

Not a particularly winning strategy for the Astros thus far with net losses of $1.1MM (not taking into account all the man-hours put in prepping cases to present the arbitrator).
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Re: Arb-Eligible Players 2018
« Reply #58 on: January 12, 2019, 12:02:42 am »
Astros' arb cases under Luhnow/Crane:

2012 (0)
2013 (0)
2014 (0)
2015 (0)
2016 (1)
  -Castro (5MM vs 5.25MM)  Astros Won
2017 (1)
  -McHugh (3.35MM vs 3.85MM)  Astros Lost
2018 (2)
  -McHugh (4.55MM vs 5MM) Astros Lost
  -Giles (4.2MM vs 4.6MM)  Astros Lost

Not a particularly winning strategy for the Astros thus far with net losses of $1.1MM (not taking into account all the man-hours put in prepping cases to present the arbitrator).

I’m also not too wild about seeing McHugh on the list twice. He’s been a great citizen with the club. Role changes and not a peep of discontent.

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Re: Arb-Eligible Players 2018
« Reply #59 on: January 12, 2019, 05:33:35 am »
Fuck. Take Cole to a hearing? We should want to extend him, not fight with him.
Maybe they are talking about that in the meantime?
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