More Phillies news:
Phillies avoided arbitration with their three remaining eligible players, agreeing to one-year deals with each: Rhys Hoskins ($4.8 million), Vince Velasquez ($4 million) and Jose Alvarado ($1 million).
— Todd Zolecki (@ToddZolecki) January 15, 2021
And that’s a wrap on arbitration for this season.
The Phillies agreed to the following deals with their other arbitration-eligible players:
- Andrew Knapp ($1.1 million)
- Zach Eflin ($4.4 million)
- David Hale ($850,000)
- Hector Neris ($5 million)
- Seranthony Domínguez ($727,500)
Nice raise for Hoskins, who made about $600k last year, non-prorated. That’s a big jump to $4.8 million, basically eight times what he earned in 2020.
Now that the Phils have wrapped up this business, we can move on to other things. Like re-signing Didi Gregorius and J.T. Realmuto.