MLB Arbitration Rundown: Who’s Staying, Who’s Going?!

This year 23 free agents were offered arbitration.

Of those 23, ten are Type A free agents and thirteen are Type B.

Teams that sign a Type A free agent will lose their first-round pick—if that club finished in the top fifteen in the league—as well as a sandwich pick between rounds one and two of the draft.

Teams that sign a Type B free agent do not lose a draft pick, but the team that offered arbitration does receive an additional supplemental round pick.

The following players were offered arbitration on Tuesday, and now have until December 7th to decide whether to accept:

Check out the slideshow featuring all 23 free agents at BleacherReport.com.

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