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PostPosted: February 4 19, 6:48 pm 
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Tommy Pham will have his arbitration hearing with the Rays on Monday.
Pham requested $4.1 million and was offered $3.5 million by the Rays when arbitration figures were exchanged last month. Following Monday's hearing, the arbitration panel will decide on one salary or the other for 2019. Pham thrived following last season's trade from the Cardinals, batting .343/.448/.622 over 39 games.


The Rays would really go to an arb hearing over $600k, and risk souring their relationship with an extremely talented and affordable player? What a cheap ass franchise.

Kind of like how the St. Louis Cardinals only gave him a 25k raise because he declined a 2 year deal and then traded him.


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PostPosted: February 5 19, 2:30 pm 
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Pham won his arbitration hearing, too.


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PostPosted: February 5 19, 2:38 pm 
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Tommy Pham won his arbitration case against the Rays and will make a $4.1 million salary in 2019.

Pham was offered $3.5 million from the Rays when arbitration figures were exchanged last month, but the player won out in the hearing. While the 30-year-old disappointed to begin 2018, he finished with a .343/.448/.622 batting line over 39 games after being traded to the Rays. This was his first year of arbitration eligibility.

Source: Jon Heyman on TwitterFeb 5 - 3:30 PM


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PostPosted: February 5 19, 3:02 pm 
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Since the embed cuts it off, the song is "Get Paid"

I would've watched a televised Tommy Pham arbitration hearing.


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PostPosted: February 5 19, 3:36 pm 
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InvincibleCakeEater wrote:
heyzeus wrote:
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Tommy Pham will have his arbitration hearing with the Rays on Monday.
Pham requested $4.1 million and was offered $3.5 million by the Rays when arbitration figures were exchanged last month. Following Monday's hearing, the arbitration panel will decide on one salary or the other for 2019. Pham thrived following last season's trade from the Cardinals, batting .343/.448/.622 over 39 games.


The Rays would really go to an arb hearing over $600k, and risk souring their relationship with an extremely talented and affordable player? What a cheap ass franchise.

Kind of like how the St. Louis Cardinals only gave him a 25k raise because he declined a 2 year deal and then traded him.


Yeah, we made a few dumb moves last year. This being #1.


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PostPosted: February 6 19, 3:30 pm 
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I was working on putting together some research for something else but had this as a leftover artifact, so I formatted it for GRB in case anyone wanted to see it. Here is Baseball Prospectus' beginning of the year prospect rankings for 2015-2017 and what happened with each player.

Baseball Prospectus 2017
1. Alexander Reyes (In St. Louis)
2. Sandy Alcantara (Traded in 2017) 0.2 fWAR post-trade
3. Delvin Perez (In State College)
4. Carson Kelly (Traded in 2018) n/a fWAR post-trade
5. Magneuris Sierra (Traded in 2017) -1.5 fWAR post-trade
6. Dakota Hudson (In St. Louis)
7. Luke Weaver (Traded in 2018) n/a fWAR post-trade
8. Harrison Bader (In St. Louis)
9. Jordan Hicks (In St. Louis)
10. Jack Flaherty (In St. Louis)

Baseball Prospectus 2016
1. Alexander Reyes (In St. Louis)
2. Jack Flaherty (In St. Louis)
3. Magneuris Sierra (Traded in 2017) -1.5 fWAR post-trade
4. Marco Gonzales (Traded in 2017) 3.6 fWAR post-trade
5. Tim Cooney (Selected Off Waivers in 2016) no MLB post-trade
6.Nick Plummer (In Peoria)
7. Luke Weaver (Traded in 2018) n/a fWAR post-trade
8. Edmundo Sosa (Between STL/Memphis)
9. Charlie Tilson (Traded in 2016) -0.6 fWAR post-trade
10. Junior Fernandez (In Springfield)

Baseball Prospectus 2015
1. Stephen Piscotty (Traded in 2017) 3.0 fWAR post-trade
2. Marco Gonzales (Traded in 2017) 3.6 fWAR post-trade
3. Alexander Reyes (In St. Louis)
4. Jack Flaherty (In St. Louis)
5. Rob Kaminsky (Traded in 2015) no MLB post-trade
6. Charlie Tilson (Traded in 2016) -0.6 fWAR post-trade
7. Tim Cooney (Selected Off Waivers in 2016) no MLB post-trade
8. Sam Tuivailala (Traded in 2018) 0.1 fWAR post-trade
9. Luke Weaver (Traded in 2018) n/a fWAR post-trade
10. Carson Kelly (Traded in 2018) n/a fWAR post-trade


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PostPosted: February 8 19, 8:21 am 
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Ron Clements of HomeRunOnWheels.com reports that Seth Maness has signed with the High Point Rockers of the independent Atlantic League.
Maness has struggled since returning from elbow surgery two years ago and will now try to get back on track in independent ball. The 30-year-old made just five appearances at the minor league level in 2018.
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PostPosted: February 12 19, 10:12 am 
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Yonhap News reports that Jeremy Hazelbaker has signed with the KIA Tigers of the Korea Baseball Organization.

Hazelbaker spent all of 2018 at Triple-A, hitting just .204/.298/.385. The 31-year-old is a career .258/.327/.500 hitter over parts of two major league seasons.
Source: Yonhap News
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