Friday is the deadline for teams to avoid arbitration with all of their arbitration-eligible players.
If arbitration is not avoided, a decision on salary for the 2021 season goes to an independent arbitrator, with hearings taking place and determining salary later this offseason.
Here’s the latest with the Yankees and their eligible players…
Jan. 15, 6:39 p.m.
Gary Sanchez and the Yankees settled at $6.35 million, according to Jon Heyman.
Jan. 15, 6:10 p.m.
The Yankees and shortstop Gleyber Torres settled at $4 million, according to Ken Davidoff of the New York Post.
Jan. 15, 2:23 p.m.
Here’s all of the Yankees’ arbitration-eligible players, including those who have already agreed to deals for 2021:
OF Aaron Judge: $10.175 million
C Gary Sanchez: $6.35 million
1B/DH Luke Voit
3B Gio Urshela
SS Gleyber Torres: $4 million
LHP Jordan Montgomery
OF Clint Frazier
RHP Luis Cessa: $1 million
RHP Ben Heller: $625,000 in majors, $225,000 in minors
RHP Chad Green