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When does a baseball player become eligible for salary arbitration?


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2007-06-23 15:18:48
2007-06-23 15:18:48

Click on the 'Baseball Union Issues' link on this page to learn about salary arbitration and other issues concerning the baseball union.

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Non-tendered means that an arbitration-eligible player was not offered a contract by their team. A non-tendered player becomes a free agent available to sign with any team. There is a non-tender deadline which means that teams must tender contracts to those arbitration-eligible players by that date & time or effectively release them to become free agents.

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If the player disagress with the amount of his contract he can have a third party decide what is the right amount. It is either a clause in his contract or he has been in the league at least 5 years.

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When his contract expires usually after the world series.

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The 4.2 example of arbitration eligibility above is called the "Super Two" exception, in which a player will have an extra year of arbitration eligibility.

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Yes ... 2011 is the first year he is eligible.


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