Gleyber Torres’ future with the Yankees has been unclear at the least since final season, when the group thought of buying and selling him.
Now, they could possibly be headed towards a uncommon arbitration listening to, as Torres and the Yankees have been unable to choose a deal for subsequent season earlier than Friday’s deadline, with Torres submitting at $10.2 million and the group countering with a suggestion of $9.7 million, The Submit’s Jon Heyman reported.
The 2 sides nonetheless might give you a brand new deal earlier than a listening to — because the Yankees did with Aaron Decide final yr, once they settled moments earlier than a scheduled listening to.
Different arbitration-eligible Yankees agreed to new contracts, together with Nestor Cortes, who was rewarded for an additional stellar season with a hefty increase, because the left-hander and the Yankees agreed to a $3.2 million deal to keep away from arbitration.
Cortes made $727,500 a yr in the past, when he was an All-Star and completed the season with an ERA of two.44.
Frankie Montas ($7.5 million), Clay Holmes, Domingo German, Wandy Peralta, Michael King and Jonathan Loaisiga additionally averted arbitration earlier than Friday’s deadline.
Montas had a disastrous begin to his Yankees tenure after being traded from the A’s previous to final yr’s commerce deadline, coming off a shoulder damage with the A’s that plagued Montas once more within the latter a part of the yr.
Holmes agreed to a $3.3 million deal. German agreed to a $2.6 million deal,, whereas Peralta settled at $3.35 million, King at $1.3 million and Loaisiga at $2.26 million, The Submit’s Jon Heyman reported.
Behind the plate, Jose Trevino agreed to a deal value $2.36 million and Kyle Higashioka settled at $1.46 million.