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Bothettled quickly"All the numbers are in Gregory Polanco Jersey , and the Detroit Tigers have managed to settle five of their remaining six contract negotiations with players who are eligible for arbitration. Nicholas Castellanos, Shane Greene,Matthew Boyd, Daniel Norris, and Blaine Hardy have all come to terms with the ballclub. The Tigers earlier released pitchers Alex Wilson and catcher James McCann, who were also eligible. The signings leave only Michael Fulmer potentially headed for an arbitration hearing, and that matter should be settled as well. He is one of just 15 players out of 187 who filed to not reach an agreement with his team by Friday’s deadline to exchange salary figures. The group includes the Rockies’ Nolan Arenado, the Indians’ Trevor Bauer, the Astros’ Gerrit Cole and Carlos Correa, the Phillies’ Aaron Nola, the Yankees’ Luis Severino, and the A’s Blake Treinen. All of those players had excellent seasons in 2018.Fulmer requested a salary of $ 3.4 million for the 2019 season. The Tigers offered $ 2.8 million. He was projected by Major league trade rumors to receive a salary of $ 3.0 million. These are all reasonable numbers, and a good case could be made for either side. With a difference of $ 600,000 between them, it is not in the interest of either side to let this matter proceed to a hearing, which would take place in February. Here is why: From the Tigers’ perspective, Fulmer is potentially their best starting pitcher, having already challenged for the American League’s ERA title in his rookie season. With four seasons of arbitration ahead of him, starting this summer, he could be a key part of their starting rotation even as their younger pitching prospects graduate to the major leagues. Arbitration hearings can be a stressful and uncomfortable process for players to go through. The club needs to convince a panel of arbitrators that their player is not worth the money that he is asking for, even as salaries skyrocket all around the major leagues. Fulmer, who would be in the room during a hearing, shouldn’t get too upset if he has to listen to the club pointing out his prior injuries, his recent surgery, or his sub par season in 2018. However, there are certainly cases that have left bad blood as poison in the player-team relationship.For both sides Jung-ho Kang Jersey , going to arbitration means that they could lose, rather than settling on a reasonable amount somewhere in the middle. Plus, the Tigers have that tidy streak of no arbitration hearings that has now endured 18 seasons, which helps to present the club as a reasonable negotiating partner. For Fulmer, Detroit could be his pitching home for at least four more seasons, barring a trade. He also would like to be on peaceful terms with his employer, and get on with preparing for the 2019 season. His best path to long-term prosperity is to pitch well, stay healthy and build his profile for next season and beyond. Having the cloud of an arbitration hearing hanging over his head doesn’t help in that endeavor. Both sides understand that future arbitration salaries are greatly dependent on prior salaries, so the first season of arbitration is important for future seasons as well, particularly in a case like Fulmer’s where his super two status means that he will have four seasons of arbitration eligibility, rather than the customary three seasons.For Fulmer’s agent, BBI sports, going to trial would cost them about $ 50,000 to litigate as indicated by ESPN’s Jeff Passan.If they are receiving a five percent commission, that adds up to $150,000 on a one year, $3.0 million salary. So they would be spending a third of their commission on a hearing. If the matter was resolved at the Tigers offer of $2.8 million, the agency’s cut is $140,000.They would be spending $50,000 to earn a possible $30,000 extra. (The five percent commission here is assumed, but very standard). Of course, an agent should always be acting in the best interest of their client, but let’s not pretend that they don’t glance at their own bottom line before sitting down at the bargaining table. BBI boasts “$275 million in deals” and 15 first round draft picks since starting the firm in 2010. They list eleven major league players as their clients, including former Tiger Ian Kinsler. If the Tigers knew that Fulmer would be healthy all season, they should gladly be willing to meet Fulmer’s demands. And yet Francisco Cervelli Jersey , he started 24 games in 2018, which is nine or ten starts shy of a full season’s quota over a 162 game schedule. The two sides would be well advised to either find a number somewhere in the middle, around $3.0 to $3.1 million. They could also guarantee a lower base and add performance incentives based on games started or innings pitched. This would minimize the risk for the club of paying for a pitcher who is on the disabled list, while allowing him to earn the salary that he is asking for, or very close to it. There are plenty of options to allow both sides to leave the process happy. Expect them to work it out well before an arbitration hearing looms. NEW YORK (AP) — The records set at Citi Field on Tuesday night were for balls clearing the fence with unprecedented frequency, not Jacob deGrom establishing a mark for consistency.DeGrom’s record-tying string of quality starts ended at 26 when he allowed two home runs to Mitch Garver and one to Eddie Rosario in a 14-8 drubbing by the Minnesota Twins, the worst outing in two years for the New York Mets ace.“I was bad out there. That’s all there is to it,” deGrom said.The teams combined for 10 home runs totaling three-quarters of a mile — 3,995 feet, to be exact. Minnesota had six, including a pair by Jonathan Schoop. Rookie slugger Pete Alonso had two for the Mets on a 46-degree night as the teams hit the most home runs in a game at Citi Field, which opened a decade ago.“The ball’s been flying here more than I’ve ever seen,” Mets manager Mickey Callaway said. “A lot of homers have been hit, and it seems like it’s traveling a long way. I don’t know if it’s the atmosphere right now or whatever. But this time of year, the balls don’t usually travel like they are.”DeGrom gave up three homers and was lifted for a pinch hitter in the fourth inning after allowing eight hits and six runs — his most since Sept. 5, 2017. He sat grimly on the bench, head bowed, hands clenched together.“I was all over the place,” deGrom said. “I missed a lot in the middle of the zone. Even a lot of the outs that they made, the ball was hit hard.”The right-hander struck out a career-high 14 during seven shutout innings against Miami last Wednesday, when he matched Bob Gibson’s mark for consecutive starts of six or more innings with three earned runs or fewer allowed, set from 1967-68.“We found out he’s human, finally,” Callaway said. “I didn’t think he was for a while.”New York held back deGrom’s start for 25 minutes, not wanting a brief April shower to fall on the reigning NL Cy Young Award winner. Home runs then rained from the Twins, who entered with seven in their first nine games.Garver homered leading off the second , ending deGrom’s scoreless streak at 27 innings. After deGrom threw a run-scoring wild pitch that put Minnesota ahead, Rosario and Garver hit back-to-back long balls in a four-run third for a 5-1 lead.“I think the homers were all no-doubters, for the most part,” Garver said, “but there were a few balls that were hit to deep outfield that kind of caught me by surprise with how far they were going.”DeGrom had gone a big league-record 31 starts in a row allowing three runs or fewer since April 10 last year against Miami. He had not given up back-to-back homers since the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Yasiel Puig and Hanley Ramírez connected on May 21, 2014. Mark Teixeira and Giancarlo Stanton had been the only previous players with multihomer games against deGrom.Before a sparse crowd that appeared far smaller than the 22,126 announced, deGrom went to full counts on six of his first 11 batters and needed 31 pitches to get through the second inning.Schoop added a solo homer in the sixth off Seth Lugo and a three-run drive in the ninth off Jason Vargas. Jorge Polanco hit a two-run drive in the eighth against Robert Gsellman following an error by Alonso at first base that led to three unearned runs.Garver tied his career best with four of Minnesota’s 17 hits, and Polanco had a bunt single, triple and home run, three days after hitting for the cycle.DeGrom said his slider was no factor.“I’ve been through it before, and hopefully I’m around long enough to have a couple more,” the 30-year-old concluded. “There were a lot of good pitchers that had games like this.”JUST SHORTKyle Gibson loaded the bases with a pair of two-out walks in the fifth, and Trevor Hildenberger (2-0) retired Jeff McNeil on a flyout.MORE STREAKSMichael Conforto and Alonso both homered for the third straight game, and Brandon Nimmo also connected for the Mets. Alonso became first Mets rookie to homer in three straight games since Benny Agbayani in 1999 and is the first major leaguer since 1900 with at least 11 extra-base hits in his first 10 games, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.CATCHING ONMets catcher Travis d’Arnaud made his first start in a year and a day and went 0 for 5. D’Arnaud returned Sunday from Tommy John surgery.UNUSUAL ROLEWith only several hundred fans remaining for a game that took 4 hours, 8 minutes, Vargas gave up four runs in the ninth in his first relief appearance since 2009 with Seattle, putting the Twins ahead 14-4. Minnesota stopped a seven-game losing streak vs. the Mets.WEATHER MENMinnesota is scheduled to return home to play Detroit on Friday, and 6-12 inches of snow are forecast for Thursday night into the morning.TRAINER’S ROOMMets: INF Todd Frazier, sidelined by an oblique strain that prevented him from playing in any spring training games, appeared in his fifth injury rehabilitation game for Class A St. Lucie. He played four innings at shortstop followed by five at third base. … INF Jed Lowrie (sprained left knee), who also missed the exhibition season, took grounders in pregame drills at Citi Field. Callaway did not give a timetable for either player’s return.UP NEXTTwins RHP Jake Odorizzi (0-1) starts Wednesday’s finale of a seven-game trip. RHP Noah Syndergaard (0-1) will be on the mound for the Mets.

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