Odds of Each Top Remaining MLB Arbitration Case Going to a Hearing

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Odds of Each Top Remaining MLB Arbitration Case Going to a Hearing
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Masterson and the Indians are nearly $4 million apart in salary proposals for the 2014 season.

After last offseason where not a single arbitration case was taken to a hearing for the first time ever, there are several high-profile players yet to come to terms on a contract with their team. As such, their agents could find themselves arguing on behalf of their clients in the near future in front of an arbitrator while the teams they play for come up with reasons for why they shouldn't be paid as much as they think they should. 

This can't result in an ideal working relationship, which is why the two sides will try hard to work out a deal prior to a hearing taking place.

Here are 10 of the more intriguing cases and the odds on whether it will go to a hearing. 

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