Annual salary arbitration negotiation deadline: Soto has an annual salary of $ 17.1 million, 31 players cannot agree

On March 23, Japan time, the major leagues reached the deadline for annual salary negotiations with players who have the right to mediate annual salary, and each team avoided the annual salary mediation with most players and agreed on the annual salary for this season. Juan Soto, a young Nationals genius batter, has agreed on an annual salary of $ 17.1 million. This was slightly less than the 2018 Nolan Arenado’s $ 17.75 million annual salary for the second year of the Super 2 qualified athletes’ annual salary arbitration period. According to Joel Sherman, a reporter for the New York Post, 31 players in all majors have not reached an agreement.

Due to the lockout, the deadline for negotiations for annual salary arbitration was delayed to the end of March, and the annual salary arbitration for players who could not agree will be held during the season on off days. According to Sherman, the desired amount of 31 players who could not agree and the amount offered by the team are as follows.

Aaron Judge (Yankees) Hope: $ 21 million / Team: $ 17 million

Jesús Aguilar (Marlins) $ 7.75 million / $ 7 million
Luis Arráez (Twins) $ 2.4 million / $ 1.85 million
Harrison Bader (Cardinals) $ 4.8 million / $ 3.8 million
Chris Bassitt (Mets) $ 9 Million / $ 8.3 Million
Andrew Benintendi (Royals) $ 8.5 million / $ 7.3 million

Willson Contreras (Cubs) $ 10.25 million / $ 9 million
Adam Duvall (Braves) $ 10.275 million / $ 9.275 million
Zach Eflin (Phillies) $ 6.9 million / $ 5.15 million
Adam Frazier (Mariners) $ 8 million / $ 6.7 million
Kyle Freeland (Rockies) $ 7.8 million / $ 6.425 million

Max Fried (Braves) $ 6.85 million / $ 6.6 million
Lucas Giolito (White Sox) $ 7.5 million / $ 7.3 million
Mitch Haniger (Mariners) $ 8 million / $ 6.71 million
Adrian Houser (Brewers) $ 3 million / $ 2.425 million
Luke Jackson (Braves) $ 4 Million / $ 3.6 Million

Nicky Lopez (Royals) $ 2.95 million / $ 2.55 million
Pablo Lopez (Marlins) $ 3 million / $ 2.45 million
Trey Mancini (Orioles) $ 8 million / $ 7.375 million
John Means (Orioles) $ 3.1 million / $ 2.7 million
Tyler O’Neal (Cardinals) $ 4.15 million / $ 3.4 million

Bryan Reynolds (Pirates) $ 4.9 million / $ 4.25 million
Austin Riley (Braves) $ 4.2 million / $ 3.95 million
Victor Robles (Nationals) $ 2.1 million / $ 1.6 million
Gary Sanchez (Twins) $ 9.5 million / $ 8.5 million
Lucas Sims (Reds) $ 1.6 million / $ 1.2 million

Jacob Stallings (Marlins) $ 3.1 million / $ 2.45 million
Dansby Swanson (Braves) $ 10 million / $ 9.25 million
Spencer Turnbull (Tigers) $ 2.1 million / $ 1.325 million
Joey Wendle (Marlins) $ 4.9 million / $ 4.35 million
Jesse Winker (Mariners) $ 7 Million / $ 5.4 Million