Only three of them reached multiyear agreements: Darin Ruf, San Francisco outfielder, and third baseman Matt Chapman, both from Toronto, and Darin Ruf, from San Francisco. Richard Bleier, left-hander, and Miami, each at $6 million.
31 players exchanged figures Tuesday with their clubs and are still headed to hearings. However, 153 players agreed to one-year contracts.
--Baltimore left-hander Tanner Scott ($1.05 million).
--Boston's second baseman Christian Arroyo (1.2 million), Rafael Devers (3.11 million), right-hander Nick Pivetta (2.65 million), Josh Taylor (1,025,000), and outfielder Alex Verdugo (3.55 million).
--Chicago White Sox outfielder Adam Engel (worth $2 million) and right-hander Reynaldo Lozano Lopez (2,625,000).
--Cleveland righthander Shane Bieber ($6,000,000), catcher Austin Hedges ($4 million), and outfielder Josh Naylor (1.2 million).
Third baseman Jeimer Candelario, Detroit's second baseman, is $5.8 million; second baseman Harold Castro is $11,275,000); right-hander Jose Cisnero is $1.9 million; right-hander Michael Fulmer is $4.95 million; catcher Dustin Garneau ($1,175,000); right-hander Joe Jimenez (1.79 million); and outfielder Victor Reyes (1.4 million).
Aledmys Diaz, Houston infielder ($4.45 million), Josh James ($800,000.), Phil Maton ($1.55 Million), Rafael Montero ($2,725,000), righthander Ryne Stanek (2.1 million) and Framber Vadez (3 million).
--Kansas City righthander Scott Barlow ($2.4 Million), catcher Cam Gallagher (885,000), left-hander Amir Garrett (2,025,000), righthander Brad Keller (4,825,000) and Ryan O'Hearn (1 million).
Los Angeles Angels right-hander Mike Mayers (2.5 million), catcher Max Stassi (3 million), and infielder/outfielder Tyler Wade (825k).
--Minnesota left-hander Taylor Rogers ($7.3 million).
New York Yankees third baseman Miguel Andujar (1.3 million), outfielder Joey Gallo (10,275,000), righthander Clay Holmes ($1.1million), catcher Kyle Higashioka (9355,000), righthander Jonathan Loaisiga ($1.65million), righthander Wandy Peralta (2.15 million), lefthander Jordan Montgomery (6 million), righthander Jameson Taillon (5.8 million) and righthander Jameson Taillon (5.8 million). Infielder Gleyber Torres (6.25 million).
--Oakland outfielder Ramon Laureano (2.5 million), left-hander Sean Manaea (9.75 million), righthander Frankie Montas (5,025,000), and right-hander Lou Trivino (3 million).
--Seattle righthander Diego Castillo (2.2 million), shortstop J.P. Crawford (4.85 million), second baseman/outfielder Dylan Moore (1.35 million), catcher Tom Murphy (1.57 million), right-hander Paul Sewald (1.735,000), Drew Steckenrider (3.13 million) and catcher/designated hitter Luis Torrens (1.2 million).
--Tampa Bay right-hander Nick Anderson ($845,000), left-hander Jalen Beeks ($750,000), right-hander Yonny Chirinos ($1,175,000), third baseman Yandy Diaz ($2.8 million), right-hander Tyler Glasnow ($5.1 million), right-hander Andrew Kittredge ($1.85 million), outfielder Manuel Margot ($5.6 million), outfielder Austin Meadows ($4 million), catcher Francisco Mejia ($1,455,000), outfielder Brett Phillips ($1.4 million), left-hander Jeffrey Springs ($947,500), right-hander Matt Wisler ($2.16 million) and left-hander Ryan Yarbrough ($3.85 million).
Texas outfielder Willie Calhoun ($1.3 Million), catcher Mitch Garver ($3,335,000), Taylor Hearn ($1.05 Million) and Brett Martin ($1,025,000).
Toronto's second baseman/third baseman CavanBiggio ($2,112,500), lefthander Ryan Borucki (825,000), righthander Adam Cimber (1,575,000), first baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (10.65 million), catcher Danny Jansen (1.95 million), lefthander Tim Mayza (1.25 million), righthander Trevor Richards (1 million), righthander Ross Stripling (3.79 million) and left-hander Trent Thornton (850,000).
Arizona catcher Carson Kelly ($3,325,000), Jordan Luplow ($1.4million), outfielder Jordan Luplow ($1.4 million), Christian Walker ($2,6million) and Luke Weaver ($2,875,000).
--Atlanta left-hander Tyler Matzek ($1.4 million), left-hander A.J. Minter ($2.2million) and Sean Newcomb (900,000).
Ian Happ, outfielder for the Chicago Cubs ($6.85million).
--Cincinnati righthander Luis Castillo ($7.35 Million), righthander Luis Cessa (1.8 Million), second baseman Kyle Farmer (3,155,000), righthander Jeff Hoffman (9225,000) and Tyler Mahle (5.2 million).
Right-hander Carlos Estevez of Colorado ($3,025,000), second-baseman Garrett Hampson ($1,862,500), righthander Peter Lambert (7622,500), righthander Robert Stephenson (1.28 million), and outfielder Raimel Taia (3.95 million).
Caleb Ferguson, left-handed Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher ($762,500), Trea Turner, shortstop/second baseman ($21 million), and Julio Urias, left-hander ($8 million) are all Los Angeles Dodgers.
Miami third baseman Brian Anderson ($4,475,000), outfielder/infielder Jon Berti (1.2 million), outfielder/firstbaseman Garrett Cooper (2.25 million), right-hander Dylan Floro (3 million) and Elieser Hernandez (1,325,000).
--Milwaukee shortstop Willy Adames ($4.6 million), right-hander Corbin Burnes ($6.5 million), left-hander Josh Hader ($11 million), left-hander Eric Lauer ($2,425,000), catcher Omar Narvaez ($5 million), outfielder Hunter Renfroe ($7.65 million), left-hander Brent Suter ($2.7 million), infielder Luis Urias ($2.55 million) and right-hander Brandon Woodruff ($6.8 million).
New York Mets' first baseman Pete Alonso (£7.4 million), righthander Miguel Castro (£2.62 million), and third baseman J.D. Davis ($2.76million), righthander Edwin Diaz (€10.2 million), infielder Luis Guillorme $875,000, left-hander Joey Lucchesi $11.15 million), righthander Seth Lugo $33,925,000), second baseman/outfielder Jeff McNeil (3 million), catcher Tomas Nido (8900,000), outfielder Dominic Smith ($3.95million), outfielder Brandon Nimmo (7 million), righthander Drew Smith $750,000 and right-hander Trevor Williams (3.
--Philadelphia left-hander Jose Alvarado ($1.9 Million) and Rhys Hoskins ($7.7 Million).
--Pittsburgh right-hander Chris Stratton ($2.7 Million).
--St. Louis right-hander Jack Flaherty ($5,000,000), righthander Giovanny Gallegos (2.41 Million), righthander Jordan Hicks (937,500), righthander Dakota Hudson (1.05 million) and Alex Reyes (2.85 million).
--San Diego catcher Jorge Alfaro ($2,725,000), catcher Victor Caratini ($2 million), right-hander Dinelson Lamet ($4,775,000), right-hander Joe Musgrove ($8,625,000), right-hander Chris Paddack ($2.25 million) and outfielder/designated hitter Luke Voit ($5.45 million).
San Francisco catcher Curt Casilli ($2.6 million), Dominic Leone ($2.25million) and Mike Yastrzemski (3.7 million).
Washington first baseman Josh Bell ($10,000,000), righthander Erick Fedde ($2.15 million), righthander Tanner Rainey (860,000), righthander Joe Ross ($2.4 Million), outfielder Juan Soto (17.1 million) and righthander Austin Voth (875,000).
Additionally, Monday saw the signing of agreements with Adalberto Mondesi, a Kansas City shortstop ($3 million), and Tyler Naquin, a Cincinnati outfielder ($4,025,000), and Nick Senzel ($1.25million).
Arbitration-eligible player who fail to reach an agreement will have their case heard by three-person panels via video conference. This is after opening day. Scheduling was impacted by the 99-day lockout, which delayed the opening of spring training from February 16 to March 13, and March 31 to April 7.
From Tuesday, January mid-January to Tuesday, the deadline for swapping arbitration numbers was extended. Hearings are usually held in the first three weeks February. However, no dates have been established. Both players and teams can continue to negotiate, and they may reach an agreement at any moment.
If players and teams don't agree on a salary prior to opening day, the player will be paid at the club's rate and the salary would be retroactively adjusted if necessary.