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Josh Hamilton, Cody Ross, Jose Bautista Part of 132 Potential Salary Arbitration Players PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 06 January 2011 08:51

The 2011 salary arbitration filing period in Major League Baseball  kicked off yesterday, and with it, the annual rite of players with service time mostly between 3 and 6 years gets underway. This year, 132 players are potentially eligible, down 10 from 142 potential players last year.

Leading the way with the most potential salary arb players are the Los Angeles Angeles and Toronto Blue Jays with 8. After that, five teams (Orioles, Twins, Athletics, Padres, and World Series Champion Giants) have 5 players.

Notables include Josh Hamilton, Jose Bautista, C.J. Wilson, B.J. Upton, Dan Uggla, Cody Ross, and Jonathan Papelbon to name just a few.

SELECT READ MORE TO SEE A COMPLETE LISTING OF 132 POTENTIAL SALARY ARBITRATION ELIGIBLE PLAYERS FOR 2011

PLAYER TEAM POS
Jair Jurrjens AT RHP
Peter Moylan AT RHP
Eric O'Flaherty AT LHP
Martin Prado AT 2B
Dan Uggla AT 2B
Stephen Drew AZ SS
Kelly Johnson AZ 2B
Miguel Montero AZ C
Joe Saunders AZ LHP
Jeremy Guthrie BA RHP
J.J. Hardy BA SS
Jim Johnson BA RHP
Adam Jones BA OF
Felix Pie BA OF
Luke Scott BA DH
Jacoby Ellsbury BO OF
Jonathan Papelbon BO RHP
Tom Gorzelanny CC LHP
Koyie Hill CC C
Carlos Marmol CC RHP
Sean Marshall CC LHP
Geovanny Soto CC C
Bill Bray CI LHP
Jared Burton CI RHP
Johnny Cueto CI RHP
Edinson Volquez CI RHP
Joey Votto CI 1B
Asdrubal Cabrera CL SS
Shin-Soo Choo CL OF
Chris Perez CL RHP
Rafael Perez CL LHP
Anthony Reyes CL RHP
Matt Belisle CO RHP
Jason Hammel CO RHP
Matt Lindstrom CO RHP
Felipe Paulino CO RHP
Ian Stewart CO 3B
John Danks CWS LHP
Tony Pena CWS RHP
Carlos Quentin CWS OF
Armando Galarraga DE RHP
Ryan Raburn DE OF
Joel Zumaya DE RHP
Clay Hensley FL RHP
Edward Mujica FL RHP
Leo Nunez FL RHP
Anibal Sanchez FL RHP
Taylor Tankersley FL LHP
Clint Barmes HO 2B
Michael Bourn HO OF
Jeff Keppinger HO 2B
Hunter Pence HO OF
Wandy Rodriguez HO LHP
Billy Butler KC 1B
Kyle Davies KC RHP
Alex Gordon KC OF
Luke Hochevar KC RHP
Robinson Tejeda KC RHP
Erick Aybar LAA SS
Alberto Callaspo LAA 3B
Howie Kendrick LAA 2B
Jeff Mathis LAA C
Kendry Morales LAA 1B
Mike Napoli LAA C
Jered Weaver LAA RHP
Reggie Willits LAA OF
Chad Billingsley LAD RHP
Hong-Chih Kuo LAD LHP
James Loney LAD 1B
Prince Fielder MI 1B
Kameron Loe MI RHP
Shaun Marcum MI RHP
Manny Parra MI LHP
Rickie Weeks MI 2B
Matt Capps MN RHP
Alexi Casilla MN 2B
Francisco Liriano MN LHP
Glen Perkins MN LHP
Kevin Slowey MN RHP
Delmon Young MN OF
R.A. Dickey NYM RHP
Angel Pagan NYM OF
Mike Pelfrey NYM RHP
Joba Chamberlain NYY RHP
Phil Hughes NYY RHP
Boone Logan NYY LHP
Dallas Braden OA LHP
Craig Breslow OA LHP
Conor Jackson OA OF
Kevin Kouzmanoff OA 3B
Josh Willingham OA OF
Brad Ziegler OA RHP
Ben Francisco PH OF
Kyle Kendrick PH RHP
Joel Hanrahan PI RHP
Ross Ohlendorf PI RHP
Mike Adams SD RHP
Jason Bartlett SD SS
Heath Bell SD RHP
Chase Headley SD 3B
Ryan Ludwick SD OF
Tim Stauffer SD RHP
David Aardsma SE RHP
Brandon League SE RHP
Jason Vargas SE LHP
Josh Wilson SE SS
Santiago Casilla SF RHP
Javier Lopez SF LHP
Ramon Ramirez SF RHP
Cody Ross SF OF
Jonathan Sanchez SF LHP
Andres Torres SF OF
Kyle McClellan SL RHP
Matt Garza TB RHP
Andy Sonnanstine TB RHP
B.J. Upton TB OF
Nelson Cruz TX OF
Josh Hamilton TX OF
David Murphy TX OF
Darren O'Day TX RHP
C.J. Wilson TX LHP
Jose Bautista TO OF
Shawn Camp TO RHP
Rajai Davis TO OF
Yunel Escobar TO SS
Casey Janssen TO RHP
Jesse Litsch TO RHP
Brandon Morrow TO RHP
Carlos Villanueva TO RHP
John Lannan WA LHP
Mike Morse WA OF
Doug Slatan WA LHP


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