Published On: Fri, Jan 12th, 2018

Toronto Blue Jays arbitration tracker 2018

The Toronto Blue Jays resolved two of their arbitration cases late Thursday, reaching agreements with Ezequiel Carrera and Aaron Loup on one-year deals. But on a Blue Jays team with nine eligible players, there’s still plenty of work ahead of Friday’s deadline for exchanging filing numbers.

We’ll track the action here as the day unfolds…

RESOLVED CASES (3)
Josh Donaldson
2018 salary: $ 23 million
2017 salary: $ 17 million
Under team control through: 2018
MLB Trade Rumors 2018 salary projection: $ 20.7 million

Donaldson sets a new record for arbitration-eligible players, breaking Bryce Harper’s mark of $ 21.625 million. He’s now the Blue Jays’ highest-paid player, passing Russell Martin and Troy Tulowitzki who each earn $ 20 million.

Ezequiel Carrera
2018 salary: $ 1.9 million
2017 salary: $ 1.1625 million
Under team control through: 2019
MLB Trade Rumors 2018 salary projection: $ 1.9 million

Aaron Loup
2018 salary: $ 1.8125 million
2017 salary: $ 1.125 million
Under team control through: 2018
MLB Trade Rumors 2018 salary projection: $ 1.8 million

UNRESOLVED CASES (6)
Marcus Stroman
2017 salary: $ 3.4 million
Under team control through: 2020
MLB Trade Rumors 2018 salary projection: $ 7.2 million

Roberto Osuna
2017 salary: $ 552,000
Under team control through: 2020
MLB Trade Rumors 2018 salary projection: $ 5.6 million

Kevin Pillar
2017 salary: $ 555,000
Under team control through: 2020
MLB Trade Rumors 2018 salary projection: $ 4.0 million

Aaron Sanchez
2017 salary: $ 535,000
Under team control through: 2020
MLB Trade Rumors 2018 salary projection: $ 1.9 million

Devon Travis
2017 salary: $ 545,000
Under team control through: 2020
MLB Trade Rumors 2018 salary projection: $ 1.7 million

Dominic Leone
2017 salary: 548,000
Under team control through: 2021
MLB Trade Rumors 2018 salary projection: $ 1.2 million

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Toronto Blue Jays arbitration tracker 2018