ATLANTA — Pitcher Max Fried He won against the World Series champion in his salary arbitration case Atlanta Braves He was offered $6.85million instead of the $6.6million offer by the team.
After listening to arguments, Walt De Treux and Robert Herman made Wednesday's decision.
Teams have a 9-4 advantage when it comes to making decisions. New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge The hearing is scheduled for later in the week for only one player, and that's him. He wants $21 million. The team is offering $17million.
Fried was the second Braves player who won, joining shortstop Dansby Swanson ($10 million).
Outfielder Adam Duvall Third baseman ($9,275,000) Austin Riley ($3.95 Million) and an injured reliever Luke Jackson ($3.6 Million) were not allowed to testify.
Fried, a left-hander aged 28 years, went 14-7 last year with a 3.04 ERA and was 2-2 in postseason. Fried pitched six shutout innings in Game 6, as the Braves won their first championship since 1995. Fried was awarded $3.5million last year, and will be eligible for free agency in the 2024 season.
Fried is 7-2 and has a 2.77 ERA. Statistics or evidence beyond March 1, except for salary and contract comparisons, which are the timing of the agreement between Major League Baseball (MLB) and the players' union, are not admissible.
Seattle's outfielder/second baseman was also victorious Adam Frazier ($8 million) Kansas City outfielder Andrew Benintendi ($8.5 million).
St. Louis infielder Tyler O'Neill ($3.4million), Kansas City's infielder Nicky Lopez ($2.55 million), Miami right-hander Pablo López and catcher Jacob Stallings (both $2.45 million), Milwaukee right-hander Adrian Houser ($2,425,000) and Cincinnati pitcher Lucas Sims ($1.2 million).
Arbitration hearings are usually held in the first three weeks February, but were delayed due to the lockout.