Atlanta Braves lose arbitration case against SS Dansby Swanson. They beat OF Adam Duvall

NEW YORK – Shortstop Dansby Swanson Beat the Braves On Wednesday, salary arbitration will take place. Adam Duvall Atlanta defeated Atlanta, giving teams a 6-3 advantage this year over the players.

Jeanne Charles, Richard McNeill, and Scott Buccheit offered $10 million to Swanson, but the team was offering $9.2 million. They heard arguments on Tuesday.

Duvall received the Braves' $9.275,000 offer instead of his $10.275,000 request from Keith Greenberg, Gary Kendellen and Gil Vernon who listened to arguments Friday.

Swanson, 28 years old, hit.248 in his last season, setting career records with 27 homers, 88 RBI, and hitting.248. The Braves won their first title since 1995 when Swanson had two homers and three RBI against Houston.

Swanson was paid $6 million in last season's season. He is eligible for free agency following the World Series. He came in Wednesday with a.279 rating, six homers, 26 RBI and a.279 base average.

Duvall was the NL's top hitter with 113 RBI in Miami and Atlanta last year. He was acquired by Atlanta on July 30. The 33-year-old Duvall was a.228 hitter with 38 home runs. He also had six RBI in the World Series. He is also eligible for free agency and is now hitting.199 this year with three homers, 18 RBI and a.228 average.

Third baseman for Atlanta Austin Riley ($3.95M) and Braves reliever Luke Jackson ($3.6 Million) The pitchers had their cases lost previously. Max Fried Hearings are still scheduled.

Except for contract and salary comparisons, no statistics or evidence after March 1 is admissible. Major League Baseball and the Players' Association reached an agreement on the timing of the end of the lockout.

Seattle outfielder/second baseman Adam Frazier ($8 million) and Kansas City outfielder Andrew Benintendi ($8.5 million) were also awarded their cases earlier. St. Louis outfielder Tyler O'Neill ($3.4 million), Miami right-hander Pablo López ($2.45 million) and Milwaukee right-hander Adrian Houser ($2.425 million) lost.

The lockout delayed arbitration hearings, which are normally held in February's first three weeks.

Through June 24, hearings will be held. The hearings for the following players are still available: New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge, Chicago Cubs Catcher Willson Contreras, Minnesota catcher Gary Sánchez, Miami catcher Jacob Stallings, Seattle outfielder Jesse WinkerKansas City's second baseman Nicky Lopez Cincinnati pitcher Lucas Sims.

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