December 9, 1997
The 20 free agents offered salary arbitration by their former teams Sunday. Players have until Dec. 19 to accept or reject the offers and may negotiate with their former teams through Jan. 8:American LeagueOrioles (2): x-Brady Anderson, OF; Harold Baines, DH.Cleveland (1): Pat Borders, C.Detroit (1): y-Willie Blair, RHP.Kansas City (1): Dean Palmer, 3B.New York (2): Tim Raines, OF; Darryl Strawberry, OF.Seattle (1): Rick Wilkins, C.Texas (3): x-Scott Bailes, LHP; Bill Ripken, 2B; Bobby Witt, RHP.National LeagueCincinnati (4)
December 9, 2000
Twenty-eight free agents were offered salary arbitration before Thursday's midnight deadline, and 77 were not. Players offered arbitration have until Dec. 19 to accept or reject the offers and may negotiate with their former teams through Jan. 8. Players not offered arbitration may not sign with their former teams until May 1 (s-signed with another team). Offered arbitration Anaheim: Mark Petkovsek, rhp. Atlanta: s-Andy Ashby, rhp; Bobby Bonilla, of; John Burkett, rhp; Wally Joyner, 1b; Scott Kamieniecki, rhp; Terry Mulholland, lhp. Boston: Tom Gordon, rhp. Chicago White Sox: Harold Baines, of; Charles Johnson, c. Cincinnati: Mark Wohlers, rhp;.
January 16, 2012
The next Orioles deadline of note is Tuesday at noon, when the club officially exchanges figures with its arbitration eligible players. They had seven arbitration-eligible players for whom they offered contracts - and five remain unsigned. The Orioles agreed to a $1.35 million deal with reliever Darren O'Day, whom the Orioles claimed off waivers from the Texas Rangers this offseason. O'Day received a $100,000 bump. The club also settled with lefty Dana Eveland, acquired in December from the Los Angeles Dodgers.
February 25, 2014
A federal judge ordered on Tuesday two former lead contractors on Maryland's health exchange into arbitration to settle their differences. Noridian Healthcare Solutions, once the exchange's prime contractor, and EngagePoint Inc., its main subcontractor, had been tied up in a court battle since shortly after the exchange's botched launch Oct. 1. The judge in the U.S. District Court for Maryland said a contract the two had singed in April 2012...
January 19, 2013
Orioles catcher Matt Wieters, who agreed to terms Friday on a one-year deal in his first year of arbitration eligibility, said he is looking forward to going into the spring without his contract status looming over his head. The sides agreed to a one-year deal worth $5.5 million for 2013, avoiding the arbitration process. The deadline to file arbitration figures was Friday at 1 p.m. “It's a good feeling,” Wieters said Friday night at the premiere of 'The BUCKLe Up Birds: An Underdog Story,' a movie about the team's 2012 season.