And then there was Brandon Guyer.
Guyer remains unsigned, the only one of eight arbitration-eligible players to not reach agreement with the team. Five players agreed to contracts yesterday:
- Cody Allen - $7.25 million
- Bryan Shaw - $4.6 million
- Lonnie Chisenhall - $4.3 million
- Danny Salazar - $3.4 million
- Zach McAllister - $1.825 million
Trevor Bauer and Dan Otero agreed to terms on Thursday.
Indians avoid arbitration with 5 players | MLB.com - On Friday, the Indians avoided arbitration with five more players, including closer Cody Allen, setup man Bryan Shaw and reliever Zach McAllister.
Cleveland Indians sign 7 of 8 arbitration-eligible players; Brandon Guyer still unsigned | cleveland.com - The Indians have signed all but one of their arbitration-eligible players to a contract for the 2017 season. Brandon Guyer is the lone wolf remaining in the arbitration forest.
CC Sabathia will make more than the entire Indians rotation in 2017 - How were the Indians, typically a low-spending club, able to find the money to bring in a premier free-agent? Easy. They have the one thing every team desires: Young, cost-controlled pitching.
Indians add arms Delabar, Banwart to spring mix | MLB.com - The Indians added a pair of arms to the Spring Training mix on Friday, signing right-handers Steve Delabar and Travis Banwart to Minor League contracts that include invitations to attend camp with the Major League club.
Which Cleveland Indians prospects could make the Tyler Naquin leap in 2017? | cleveland.com - Naquin turned heads with his spring training performance at the plate and he earned his way onto the Opening Day roster. Will another prospect follow that path this spring?
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