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Houston Chronicle Jan 23, 2016

Jason Castro, Evan Gattis prepared to head to arbitration with Astros

Astros catcher Jason Castro and designated hitter Evan Gattis are bracing for the possibility of heading into an arbitration hearing against the club next month.
Houston Chronicle Jan 15, 2016

Source: Astros ready to take Castro’s arbitration case to hearing

The last contract longtime catcher Jason Castro may sign as a member of the Astros could be determined in an uncomfortable environment, in front of an arbitration panel. The catcher filed for a 2016 salary of $5.25 million and the team offered $5 million, the Chronicle confirmed. The Astros haven’t operated with a strict “file-and-go”

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