Paying Posey: Havin' It for Seven More Years
In baseball, player salaries are determined by a salary arbitration system. In short, players that meet a certain criteria — length of time on the active roster, generally more than three years less than six — are eligible for arbitration. Once a player becomes arbitration eligible, the player and team submit a yearly contract figure. If the player and team can agree on a yearly contract, arbitration is avoided
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