25 players eligible for MLB arbitration as super 2s
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CARLSBAD, Calif. — Cincinnati outfielder Scott Schebler and Texas pitcher Matt Bush just missed the cutoff for salary arbitration eligibility, while Chicago Cubs pitcher Carl Edwards Jr. and Toronto pitcher Joe Biagini earned the final spots.
Player Pos. Team Joe Biagini P Blue Jays Matt Boyd P Tigers Eddie Butler P Rangers Byron Buxton OF Twins Curt Casali C Reds Adam Conley P Marlins Matt Davidson 1B White Sox Brandon Drury 3B Padres Ryan Dull P Athletics Carl Edwards Jr. P Cubs Michael Fulmer P Tigers Nick Goody P Indians Junior Guerra P Brewers Austin Hedges C Padres Travis Jankowski P Padres Max Kepler OF Twins Sean Manaea P Athletics Jose Peraza SS Reds Kevin Plawecki C Mets Taylor Rogers P Twins Luis Severino P Yankees Blake Swihart OF/1B Red Sox Ronaldo Torreyes 2B Yankees Trea Turner SS Nationals Tony Wolters P Rockies
The Major League Baseball Players Association said Thursday the cutoff for eligibility this winter is 2 years, 134 days of major league service — up from 2 years, 123 days last year.
The top 22 percent of players with at least two years of service time, but less than