Headley's $10.3 million is tops as arbitration numbers are exchanged
Chase Headley heads a list of players who filed arbitration numbers on Friday. Headley asked for $10.3 million, with the Padres countering at $7.075 million.
sees himself as a $10 million player.
The San Diego Padres think the right number is closer to $7 million.
It's no surprise then that Headley and the Padres couldn't reach an agreement on a 2013 contract, or that there was a big gap when they filed their numbers for salary arbitration on Friday.
Headley filed at $10.3 million, according to figures obtained by CBSSports.com. The Padres countered at $7.075 million. If the two sides still can't reach an agreement, an arbitrator will decide between the two numbers.
All the numbers exchanged Friday:
Alfredo Aceves , Boston Red Sox : player $3 million, team $2.3 million
Joaquin Arias , San Francisco Giants : player $1.1 million, team $750,000
Mike Aviles , Cleveland Indians : player $3.4 million, team $2.4 million
Homer Bailey , Cincinnati Reds : player $5.8 million, team $4.75 million
Craig Breslow , Red Sox: player $2.375 million, team $2.325 million
Alberto Callaspo , Los Angeles Angels : player $4.7 million, team $3.65 million
Jhoulys Chacin , Colorado Rockies : player $2.6 million, team $1.7 million
Shin-Soo Choo , Reds: player $8 million, team $6.75 million
Ike Davis , New York Mets : player $3.7 million, team $2.825 million
Dexter Fowler , Rockies: player $5.15 million, team $4.25 million
David Freese , St. Louis Cardinals : player $3.75 million, team $2.4 million
Luke Gregerson , Padres: player $3.75 million, team $2.875 million
Jason Hammel , Baltimore Orioles : player $8.25 million, team $5.7 million
Chase Headley, Padres: player $10.3 million, team $7.075 million
Chris Heisey , Reds: player $1.65 million, team $1.05 million
Jonathan Herrera , Rockies: player $1 million, team $800,000
Kevin Jepsen , Angels: player $1.4 million, team $975,000
Jim Johnson , Orioles: player $7.1 million, team $5.7 million
Shawn Kelley , Seattle Mariners : player $1.2 million, team $750,000
Mat Latos , Reds: player $4.7 million, team $4.15 million
Mike Leake , Reds: player $3.5 million, team $2.65 million
James McDonald , Pittsburgh Pirates : player $3.4 million, team $2.65 million
Jason Motte , Cardinals: player $5.5 million, team $4.5 million
Daniel Murphy , Mets: player $3.4 million, team $2.55 million
David Murphy , Texas Rangers : player $6.5 million, team $5.05 million
Darren O'Day , Orioles: player $3.2 million, team $1.8 million
Gerardo Parra , Arizona Diamondbacks : player $2.7 million, team $2.1 million
Cliff Pennington , Diamondbacks: player $2.8 million, team $1.8 million
Martin Prado , Atlanta Braves : player $7.05 million, team $6.65 million
Clayton Richard , Padres: player $5.55 million, team $4.905 million
David Robertson , New York Yankees : player $3.55 million, team $2.85 million
Sergio Romo , Giants: player $4.5 million, team $2.675 million
Marc Rzepczynski , Cardinals: player $1.3 million, team $900,000
Max Scherzer , Detroit Tigers : player $7.4 million, team $6.05 million
Alfredo Simon , Reds: player $1.05 million, team $750,000
Neil Walker , Pirates: player $3.6 million, team $3 million
Jordan Zimmermann , Washington Nationals : player $5.8 million, team $4.6 million
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