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MLB Team vs. Player arbitration filings: Every team, all in one place

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Following the Jan 18th noon deadline for Arbitration filings, arbitration eligible players have given teams their price and the teams have filed their bid in turn. Here is a round up of all the filings by division.

Andrew Weber-US PRESSWIRE

Teams and arbitration eligible players who have not yet reached an agreement had to file their salary proposals yesterday at noon in preparation for the possible hearing.

Teams and players can still work out an agreement at any time prior to arbitration, but failing that, one side will get their way in the often-contentious meeting with the arbiter.

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Arbitration Avoidance Tracker: Every team and player, all in one place

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Here are numbers filed by both sides broken down by division, as first reported by Danny Knobler at CBSSports.com. The biggest gap between team and player is between Chase Headley and the Padres. Headley’s $10M filing is also the largest number proposed here, followed by Shin-Soo Choo, who is seeking $8M from the Reds. Cincinnati has the most arbitration-eligible players currently headed to the table with six players still unsigned.

AL East

  • Craig Breslow: $2.375 million, Red Sox: $2.325 million
  • David Robertson: $3.55 million, Yankees: $2.85 million
  • Darren O'Day: $3.2 million, Orioles: $1.8 million
  • Jason Hammel: $8.25 million, Orioles: $5.7 million
  • Jim Johnson: $7.1 million, Orioles: $5.7 million

AL Central

  • Max Scherzer: $7.4 million, Tigers $6.05 million
  • Mike Aviles: $3.4 million, Indians: $2.4 million

AL West

  • Shawn Kelley: $1.2 million, Mariners: $750,000
  • Alberto Callaspo: $4.7 million, Angels: $3.65 million
  • Kevin Jepsen: $1.4 million, Angels: $975,000
  • David Murphy: player $6.5 million, Rangers: $5.05 million

NL East

  • Jordan Zimmermann: $5.8 million, Nationals $4.6 million
  • Ike Davis: $3.7 million, Mets: $2.825 million
  • Daniel Murphy: $3.4 million, Mets: $2.55 million
  • Martin Prado: $7.05 million, Braves: $6.65 million

NL Central

  • Homer Bailey:$5.8 million, Reds: $4.75 million
  • Mat Latos: $4.7 million, Reds: $4.15 millio
  • Mike Leake: $3.5 million, Reds: $2.65 million
  • Shin-soo Choo: $8 million, Reds: $6.75 million
  • Alfredo Simon: $1.05 million, Reds: $750,000
  • Chris Heisey: $1.65 million, Reds: $1.05 million
  • Marc Rzepczynski: $1.3 million, Cardinals: $900,000
  • Jason Motte: $5.5 million, Cardinals: $4.5 million
  • David Freese: $3.75 million, Cardinals: $2.4 million
  • James McDonald: $3.4 million, Pirates: $2.65 million
  • Neil Walker: $3.6 million, Pirates: $3 million

NL West

  • Luke Gregerson: $3.75 million, Padres: $2.875 million
  • Chase Headley: $10.3 million, Padres: $7.075 million
  • Clayton Richard: $5.55 million, Padres: $4.905 million
  • Jonathan Herrera: $1 million, Rockies: $800,000
  • Dexter Fowler: $5.15 million, Rockies: $4.25 million
  • Jhoulys Chacin: $2.6 million, Rockies: $1.7 million
  • Gerardo Parra: $2.7 million, Diamondbacks: $2.1 million
  • Cliff Pennington: $2.8 million, Diamondbacks: $1.8 million
  • Sergio Romo: $4.5 million, Giants: $2.675 million
  • Joaquin Arias: $1.1 million, Giants: $750,000

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