Friday was a busier than usual day for the Philadelphia Phillies.
The Fightin’s —as expected— tendered contracts to all arbitration eligible players by Friday’s non-tender deadline. Six players in total, Rhys Hoskins, Jose Alvarado, Ranger Suarez, Seranthony Domínguez, Edmundo Sosa, and Sam Coonrod, received their tenders.
Coonrod and the Phillies agreed to a one-year, $775,000 deal shortly thereafter.
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Like option eligible players, the Philadelphia Phillies only have a handful of arbitration eligible players heading into the 2022-23 MLB offseason. Players and the club must agree to a contract by January 13, 2023 or they will go to arbitration. An arbitrator (duh) will hear the case from both sides and make a decision on 2023 salary.
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Here are the Phils’ arbitration eligible players (2022 salary in parentheses).
- 1B Rhys Hoskins ($7.7M)
- P Jose Alvarado ($1.9M)
- P Seranthony Dominguez ($725,000)
- P Ranger Suarez ($730,000)
- P Sam Coonrod ($717,500)
- INF Yairo Munoz ($700,000)
- INF Edmundo Sosa ($715,600)
The trio of Alvarado, Dominguez, and Suarez were a steal for the Phillies at their 2022 salaries. The trio, along with Hoskins, will see a significant bump heading into the 2023 season.
How much? Let’s take a look.
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The Philadelphia Phillies exploded for 6-runs in the 3rd inning and rode another stellar start by Aaron Nola to a dominant 9-1 victory over the Atlanta Braves in NLDS Game 3. The win gives the Phillies an improbable 2-1 series lead going into Saturday’s NLDS Game 4.
It was the first MLB postseason game at Citizens Bank Park in 11-years and seven days and the atmosphere didn’t disappoint. South Philadelphia was a madhouse of red and the Phillies gave them every reason to celebrate.
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