Lindor, Indians reach deal for $10.55M; Bauer swaps figures
(12. 1. 2019, 04:07:01, Washington Times)
CLEVELAND (AP) - All-Star shortstop Francisco Lindor and the Cleveland Indians have reached agreement at $10.55 million for a 2019 contract, a huge raise over the $643,200 he made last year. The deal came before arbitration-eligible players were set to exchange salary figures Friday. The 25-year-old Lindor hit .277 with ... (více...)
Tribe avoids arbitration with Lindor, not Bauer
(12. 1. 2019, 01:00:02, Official Cleveland Indians)
MLB.com confirmed Friday evening that the Indians were able to come to terms with shortstop Francisco Lindor to avoid arbitration, agreeing to a one-year, $10.55 million contract. But starting pitcher Trevor Bauer and the club were unable to reach an agreement, leaving the possibility for an arbitration hearing between the two for the second consecutive year. (více...)
Indians Avoid Arbitration With Francisco Lindor
(11. 1. 2019, 23:28:01, MLBTradeRumors)
The Indians have agreed to a 2019 salary with star shortstop Francisco Lindor, Paul Hoynes of the Plain Dealer reports (Twitter links). Itâ€™s a $10.55MM deal, checking in just shy of the first-year arb-eligible record set last year by Kris Bryant at $10.85MM. Lindor had projected to earn $10.2MM after a stellar three-plus season runâ€¦ (více...)
Indians and SS Francisco Lindor avoided arbitration by agreeing
(11. 1. 2019, 23:07:31, rotoworld.com)
Indians and SS Francisco Lindor avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $10.55 million contract. Lindor falls just shy of Kris Bryant's record of $10. [...] (více...)
(11. 1. 2019, 22:49:16, RotoWire)
Lindor agreed to a one-year, $10.55 million contract with the Indians on Friday, avoiding arbitration, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports.
Lindor belted 38 homers and drove in 92 runs while producing a .277/.352/.519 slash line over 158 games a season ago, and the Indians have managed to avoid an arbitration hearing by coming to terms with their starting shortstop prior to the deadline. The 25-year-old will enter the new campaign as one of the most valuable players at his position in the game of baseball.