Maybe this will pick up the pace of the offseason.
Major league arbitration-eligible players and team owners must submit their requests and offers for 2018 salaries by this Friday, January 12.
We’ve got little else to talk about in the desert that this offseason has become, so let’s talk money.
As of Tuesday, none of the six Cubs who are arb-eligible has signed for 2018. It’s possible that one or more will sign by the deadline. The Cubs have not had a player go to an actual arb hearing since 2010 (Ryan Theriot), and it seems this management team wants to continue that. Hearings had been scheduled for Jake Arrieta (2016) and Pedro Strop (2016), but both players agreed to terms before the hearing date.
The numbers in parentheses are years and days of major-league service.
Source:: Bleed Cubbie Blue