MLB salary adjustment complete… Club wins 13-6

The salary adjustment that took place ahead of the 2023 season, this time the club won.

On the 19th (Korean time), ‘AP’ reported the results of major league salary adjustments.

Up to this day, a total of 19 players headed to the Coordination Committee, of which 13 cases were won by the club and 6 cases were completed by player victories.

Seattle Mariners outfielder Teoscar Hernandez lost a salary settlement with the club and was forced to pay $14 million.

Last season, he recorded a batting average of 0.267, on-base percentage, 0.316 slugging percentage, 0.491, 25 home runs and 77 RBIs in 131 games as a member of the Toronto Blue Jays.

His annual salary of $14 million is the highest among players who have passed through the rowing committee. The previous record was $13.5 million set by Gerrit Cole and Max Fried.

In addition, Gio Ashela (Angels) Colin Poche, Ryan Thompson (Tampa Bay), and Henesis Cabrera (St. Louis) also lost in salary adjustment.

Los Angeles Angels outfielder Hunter Renfroe beat the club. Renfro receives the $11.9 million he requested instead of the club’s $11.25 million offer.

A total of 33 players subject to salary adjustment this offseason failed to narrow the difference of opinion with the club, so they announced an adjustment committee after exchanging the amount, and 19 of them actually headed to the adjustment committee. 스포츠토토 In the remaining 14 cases, the two sides agreed on the amount or went one step further and agreed to a multi-year contract, and the mediation committee was automatically canceled.

The 19 cases are the highest number since 22 cases in 2018. This is an increase of 6 compared to last year’s 13.

As major league clubs use the so-called ‘file and trial’ strategy, which does not negotiate additionally after the exchange of money, the number of times they are heading to the arbitration committee is increasing.

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