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Arbitration deadline day: Brett Gardner, others forge deals for 2014

By Dayn Perry | Baseball Writer

Brett Gardner of the Yankees is among the many arbitration-eligible players to come to terms on Friday. (USATSI)
The Yanks' Brett Gardner is among the many arbitration-eligible players to come to terms. (USATSI)

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Friday is deadline for MLB teams and their arbitration-eligible players to exchange salary figures for the 2014 season. In keeping with the occasion, quite a few contracts are being forged between those parties. Here's a running list of those players and the deals they signed (contracts for 2014 only unless otherwise noted) ...

- Tony Abreu, Giants: $745,000
- Al Alburquerque, Tigers: $837,500
- Pedro Alvarez, Pirates: $4.25 million
- Gregor Blanco, Giants: $2.525 million
- Kyle Blanks, Padres: $988,000
- Emilio Bonifacio, Royals: $3.5 million
- Peter Bourjos, Cardinals: $1.2 million
- Jason Castro, Astros: $2.45 million
- Brett Cecil, Blue Jays: $1.3 million
- Steve Cishek, Marlins: $3.8 million
- Chris Davis, Orioles: $10.35 million
- Alejandro De Aza, White Sox: $4.25 million
- Ian Desmond, Nationals: Two years, $17.5 million
- Mike Dunn, Marlins: $1.4 million
- Ernesto Frieri, Angels: $3.8 million
- Brett Gardner, Yankees: $5.6 million
- Craig Gentry, Athletics: $1.145 million
- Jesus Guzman, Astros: Terms not yet known
- Chase Headley, Padres: $10.525 million
- Jeremy Hellickson, Rays: $3.625 million
- Luke Hochevar, Royals: $5.21 million
- Eric Hosmer, Royals: $3.6 million
- Tommy Hunter, Orioles: $3 million
- Austin Jackson, Tigers: $6 million
- Jon Jay, Cardinals: $3.25 million
- Chris Johnson, Braves: $4.75 million
- Matt Joyce, Rays: $3.7 million
- Mike Leake, Reds: $5.925 million
- Sam LeCure, Reds: Two years, $3.05 million
- Jose Lobaton, Rays: $900,000
- Jed Lowrie, Athletics: $5.25 million
- Brian Matusz, Orioles: $2.4 million
- John Mayberry Jr., Phillies: $1.5875 million
- Vin Mazzaro, Pirates: $950,000
- Kris Medlen, Braves: $5.8 million
- Mike Minor, Braves: $3.85 million
- Daniel Murphy, Mets: $5.7 million
- Juan Nicasio, Rockies: $2.025 million
- Ivan Nova, Yankees: $3.3 million
- Bobby Parnell, Mets: $3.7 million
- Troy Patton, Orioles: $1.275 million
- Yusmeiro Petit, Giants: $845,000
- Trevor Plouffe, Twins: $2.35 million
- Cesar Ramos, Rays: $750,000
- Colby Rasmus, Blue Jays: $7 million
- David Robertson, Yankees: $5.215 million
- Sean Rodriguez, Rays: $1.475 million
- Esmil Rogers, Blue Jays: $1.85 million
- James Russell, Cubs: $1.775 million
- Mark Rzepczynski, Indians: $1.375 million
- Fernando Salas, Angels: $870,000
- Gaby Sanchez, Pirates: $2.3 million
- Max Scherzer, Tigers: $15.525 million
- Nate Schierholtz, Cubs: $5 million
- Alfredo Simon, Reds: $1.5 million
- Giancarlo Stanton, Marlins: $6.5 million
- Drew Storen, Nationals: $3.45 million
- Pedro Strop, Cubs: $1.325 million
- Drew Stubbs, Rockies: $4.1 million
- Joe Thatcher, Diamondbacks: $2.375 million
- Luis Valbuena, Cubs: $1.71 million
- Neil Walker, Pirates: $5.75 million
- Jordan Zimmermann, Nationals: Two years, $24 million

While the arbitration figures exchanged between unsigned players and their teams are locked in as of Friday, the two sides can continue negotiate up until abitration hearings begin in mid February.

Note: We'll be updating the above list throughout the day.

 
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