Hunter Renfroe, Angels in 1st arbitration listening to this 12 months
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Outfielder Hunter Renfroe went to wage arbitration with the Los Angeles Angels on Monday within the first case to be argued this 12 months.
Renfroe, who turned 31 on Saturday, requested a increase from $7.65 million to $11.9 million and the Angels requested arbitrators Melinda Gordon, Scott Buchheit and John Stout to choose $11.25 million. Renfroe’s listening to was the primary in individual since 2020, simply earlier than the pandemic, and adopted two years of Zoom arguments.
A choice might be held and launched after later hearings.
Renfroe hit .255 with 29 homers and 72 RBIs for Milwaukee final season, down from a .259 common, 31 homers and 96 RBIs for Boston in 2021. He was acquired by the Angels in November for right-handers Janson Junk and Elvis Peguero, and minor league lefty Adam Seminaris.
Twenty-eight further gamers are scheduled for hearings by Feb. 17.
Groups have gained the vast majority of choices for 3 straight years and lead gamers 334-251 since wage arbitration began in 1974.
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