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River Ave. Blues 4 hours ago

Cashman confirms the Yankees will go to an arbitration hearing with Dellin Betances

According to Brendan Kuty, yesterday afternoon Brian Cashman confirmed the Yankees and Dellin Betances are indeed heading to an arbitration hearing. Betances filed a $5M salary prior to last week’s deadline and the team countered with $3M. Cashman says the $2M gap is simply too big to bridge, so they’ll let the arbitration panel make […] The post Cashman confirms the Yankees will go to an arbitration hearing with Dellin Betances appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Are the Yankees lowballing Dellin Betances by going to an arbitration hearing?

Are the Yankees lowballing Dellin Betances by going to an arbitration hearing?

The two sides have a history of disagreement The Yankees recently announced their arbitration figures, agreeing to terms with all their eligible players, save one. Dellin Betances is still without a contract for the 2017 season. The team filed at $3 million, while Dellin’s side countered with $5 million for his first time through arbitration. The expectation was that they would ultimately meet in the middle, but that never happened. The deadline for agreeing to a new contract passed, and now the two side will head to an arbitration hearing in a few weeks. It’s difficult to say who is...
Around the Empire: Yankees news - 1/20/17

Around the Empire: Yankees news - 1/20/17

Betances heading to arbitration; NYY wants to make Ellsbury productive again; Kap wants to be the future ace Newsday | Steven Marcus: The Yankees are headed to arbitration with Dellin Betances. The last time the team actually went to arbitration was when they defeated Chien-Ming Wang in 2008. However, the conversations between the Yankees and Betances’ camp were that “if we file, we trial.” Betances filed at $5 million and the Yankees filed at $3 million. I get that the Yankees will likely get their way because “save totals” and sure it’s good to save money, but it makes no...
New York Post 23 hours ago
Yankees prepared for war with Dellin Betances

Yankees prepared for war with Dellin Betances

General manager Brian Cashman said the Yankees talked about a multi-year deal with Dellin Betances, but the two sides will head to arbitration next month. “We’re not gonna reach a resolution with Dellin,” Cashman said. “The conversations we had with their representatives were: ‘If we file, we trial.’ “Based on all of our discussions, it...
Newark Star-Ledger Jan 19, 2017
Yankees to 'politely' tell Dellin Betances he's not worth what he thinks

Yankees to 'politely' tell Dellin Betances he's not worth what he thinks

Betances, Yankees to head to file arbitration

Yankees headed to arbitration with P Betances

Yankees headed to arbitration with P Betances
Sacramento Bee Jan 19, 2017

Yankees headed to arbitration with Betances

The New York Yankees plan to go to salary arbitration with reliever Dellin Betances, which would be the team's first hearing in nearly a decade. Eligible for arbitration for the …
River Ave. Blues Jan 16, 2017

The complicated arbitration case of Dellin Betances

Last Friday, the Yankees signed all their arbitration-eligible players prior to the salary filing deadline except one: Dellin Betances. Betances, who is up for arbitration for the first time, filed a $5M salary with the panel. The Yankees countered with $3M. The $2M gap is enormous. In fact, it’s the second biggest gap in filing […] The post The complicated arbitration case of Dellin Betances appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
River Ave. Blues Jan 16, 2017

Fan Confidence Poll: January 16th, 2016

2016 Season Record: 84-78 (680 RS, 702 RA, 79-83 pythag. record), 5.0 GB of postseason spot Top stories from last week: Prior to Friday’s filing deadline, the Yankees signed all their arbitration-eligible players except Dellin Betances. He filed for $5M and the team countered with $3M. The two sides can still negotiate a contract of […] The post Fan Confidence Poll: January 16th, 2016 appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Around the Empire: Yankees news - 1/16/17

Around the Empire: Yankees news - 1/16/17

NYY may not avoid arbitration hearing with Betances; No urgency to talk extension with Tanaka; Five most intriguing Yanks in ‘17; Holliday’s dream of playing for NYY coming true FanRag Sports | John Perrotto: Friday was the deadline for teams and arbitration-eligible players to agree to a deal in order to avoid a salary hearing. However, that may be unavoidable in the case of Dellin Betances and the Yankees. Betances started at $5 million, while the Yankees were at $3 million for the ace reliever’s services. It’s pretty ridiculous that the Yankees are fighting Betances on this, and...
Around the Empire: Yankees news - 1/14/17

Around the Empire: Yankees news - 1/14/17

Yankees avoid arbitration with Gregorius, Pineda, and others; Yankees do not avoid arbitration with Dellin Betances; a look at Justus Sheffield Around the Empire Newsday | Laura Albanese: The Yankees did something yesterday. That is the most exciting news of the day. To be more precise, the Yankees avoided arbitration with the majority of their players. Didi Gregorius, Michael Pineda, Adam Warren, Austin Romine, and others have settled with the Yankees before the deadline. Only one remains a mystery. MLB.com | Bryan Hoch: As mentioned above, only one Yankee player has not settled. Dellin...
Newark Star-Ledger Jan 14, 2017
Dellin Betances, Yankees squabbling over money ... again

Dellin Betances, Yankees squabbling over money ... again

All-Star reliever was renewed last season and made be headed to arbitration this year.
Sacramento Bee Jan 13, 2017

Pineda, Gregorius reach deals; Betances and Yanks $2M apart

Right-hander Michael Pineda and shortstop Didi Gregorius were among six Yankees who agreed to one-year contracts Friday, leaving reliever Dellin Betances as the only remaining player remaining eligible for salary …
New York Post Jan 13, 2017
Dellin Betances the holdout as Yankees settle arbitration cases

Dellin Betances the holdout as Yankees settle arbitration cases

The Yankees agreed to terms Friday with six of their seven arbitration-eligible players, with Dellin Betances the lone exception. They agreed to terms with Michael Pineda, Didi Gregorius, Adam Warren, Austin Romine, Aaron Hicks and Tommy Layne. Pineda, despite another inconsistent season, will get a raise to $7.4 million after making $4.3 million in 2016....

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