Waiting on the arbitration hearings

Today and tomorrow will mark milestones of sorts for this year’s restricted free agent class, s CapFriendly notes…

Today at 5pm ET is the deadline for all arbitration eligible players to file for player-elected salary arbitration.

Tomorrow at 5pm ET is the deadline for club-elected filings.

We currently display 58 players as being Arb eligible this off-season 👇https://t.co/QqTDcGAerJ— CapFriendly (@CapFriendly) August 1, 2021

Per CapFriendly, Jakub Vrana, Adam Erne and Chase Pearson are eligible for arbitration; Filip Hronek and Givani Smith are not.

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2 thoughts on “Waiting on the arbitration hearings”

  1. They need to be careful with arbitration arguments so as not to injure a players self confidence and damage the player-team relationship.

    I see it as sort of telling a kid they did something dumb and not outright telling them they are dumb. Teaching the kid.

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