Should Adrian Beltre Have Accepted the Seattle Mariners' Arbitration Offer?
Shortly after Adrian Beltre signed a one-year contract with the Red Sox, it became apparent that Beltre left a nice chunk of change on the table. Beltre only got $9 million guaranteed from the Red Sox, a far cry from the five-year, $65 million deal that agent Scott Boras was looking for.
One could say that Beltre and Boras took a calculated risk by declining arbitration in the hopes that a huge contract would be out there for Beltre. Even if that contract was not there, Boras and Beltre obviously felt confident enough in the market that Beltre could land a similar one-year contract (around $12 million). Sure, Beltre would be leaving money on the table, but the chance to explore the market was a risk worth taking.
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