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Toronto Blue Jays Arbitration Tracker (11 of 12 arb-eligible players have reached deals, only Bo Bichette remains)

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Cam Lewis
17 days ago
Friday is the deadline for Major League teams and arbitration-eligible players to exchange their desired salary figures for the 2023 season, so we’re going to see a handful of deals reached in the next little while.
According to Ben Nicholson-Smith, the Blue Jays have come to terms with eleven players thus far…
Below are the salaries that MLB Trade Rumours projected each arb-eligible Blue Jay would earn for the 2023 season and beside that is the deal they’ve reached…
  • Vladimir Guerrero Jr: $14.8 million – Reached a $14.5 million deal 
  • Bo Bichette: $6.1 million
  • Jordan Romano: $4.4 million – Reached a $4.5375 million deal
  • Danny Jansen: $3.7 million – Reached a $3.5 million deal 
  • Adam Cimber: $3.2 million – Reached a $3.15 million deal 
  • Daulton Varsho: $2.8 million – Reached a $3.05 million deal
  • Cavan Biggio: $2.6 million – Reached a $2.8 million deal 
  • Santiago Espinal: $2.1 million – Reached a $2.1 million deal 
  • Tim Mayza: $1.9 million – Reached a $2.1 million deal 
  • Trevor Richards: $1.5 million – Reached a $1.5 million deal
  • Erik Swanson: $1.4 million – Reached a $1.25 million deal 
  • Trent Thornton: $1.1 million – Reached a $1 million deal
As it stands on Saturday morning, the only player left without a deal is Bo Bichette, so the Blue Jays and their start shortstop might be headed to arbitration. According to Mark Feinsand, the Blue Jays submitted a $5 million salary figure, while Bichette’s camp has asked for $7.5 million. MLBTR, as noted above, projected $6.1 million.

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