Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Half-way there

The payroll for 2012 has been updated after Phil Hughes, Joba Chamberlain, and David Robertson all came to contract agreements with the Yankees. In doing so they avoided arbitration.

Phil Hughes will earn $3.2 million, and will be eligible to receive incentives up to $225,000 ($50,000 for making his 20th start, then $25,000 for making his 23rd, 26th, 29th, 30th, 31st, 32nd, and 33rd starts).

David Robertson will get $1.6 million, along with incentives (the details of those incentives has yet to be released).

Joba Chamberlain received a contract for $1.6 million.

That leaves Russell Martin (filed for $8.2 million, while the team countered with $7 million), Brett Gardner (filed for $3.2 million, while the team countered with $2.4 million), and Boone Logan (filed for $2.1 million, while the team counted with $1.7 million), as the remaining Yankees that are arbitration eligible.

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