MLB Arbitration Day Tracker: Who has agreed on a new figure?

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MLB teams and players have until 1 p.m. ET today to settle on salary numbers to avoid arbitration. Here’s the running count of agreed-upon deals.

Today is MLB Arbitration Day, which means a slew of players are settling on contract figures with teams for the 2022 season, or preparing for arbitration hearings to come later in the season. Here are all the settlements that have been reported so far.

Which players have reached agreement to avoid MLB Arbitration?

Adam Engel — Chicago White Sox — $2 million
Cal Quantrill — Cleveland Guardians  — $2.51 million
Amed Rosario — Cleveland Guardians — $4.95 million
Carlos Estevez — Colorado Rockies — $3.025 million
Dustin Garneau — Detroit Tigers — $1.175 million
Jeimer Candelario — Detroit Tigers — $5.8 million
Ryan O’Hearn — Kansas City Royals — $1.3 million
Omar Narvaez — Milwaukee Brewers — $5 million
Matt Wisler — Tampa Bay Rays — $2.16 million
Yonny Chirinos — Tampa Bay Rays — $1.175 million
Willie Calhoun — Texas Rangers — $1.3 million
Brett Martin — Texas Rangers — $1.025 million

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