As reported Friday afternoon, the Orioles reached agreements with five of six players to avoid arbitration. Our Stephen Heckman breaks down each deal:
The Orioles and John Means have agreed to a two-year, $5.925 million deal to avoid arbitration. Stephen Heckman reports:
The Orioles have agreed to terms with Trey Mancini on a new contract for the 2022 season, avoiding arbitration. Stephen Heckman reports:
As an ongoing story over the last month, Anthony Santander and the Orioles were set for an arbitration case to determine the right fielder’s value for 2021. The Orioles won this case and will pay Santander $2.1 million, a mere $375,000 less than his asking price.