MLB's 2022 Salary Arbitration Exchange Date: All 31 Filing Numbers

Updated: Jul 20


One of the most important days in Major League Baseball’s salary arbitration calendar is the exchange date. This is when Club and Player Representatives come together to negotiate whether they can come to an agreement on a salary arbitration player’s salary for the upcoming season. If no settlement is reached, the two sides must officially file their salary request, without concrete knowledge of what the other side is filing (although, in theory, because the two sides have been negotiating to reach an agreement, each side should have some insight into how the other views that Player’s worth). Normally this process would happen in the middle of offseason, with most of these deals hidden in the spotlight of splashy free agent deals or landscape-altering trades. Such was not the case in 2022. Although some star players settled (Trea Turner, who broke the $20M threshold discussed in my previous article, Juan Soto, Vladimir Guerrero Jr.) or signed extensions (Matt Chapman, Byron Buxton), after the whirlwind of negotiations drew to a close, and all the dust had settled, a staggering 31 players did not come to an agreement with their clubs. So, in 31 different cases, each side submitted filing numbers.[1]


Check out below to see what your team has in store!

Total Filings:


- 5 Players Filing (1):

  • NL East: Atlanta Braves

- 3 Players Filing (2):

  • NL East: Miami Marlins

  • AL West: Seattle Mariners

- 2 Players Filing (5):

  • AL East: Baltimore Orioles

  • AL Central (2): Kansas City Royals, Minnesota Twins

  • NL Central (2): Pittsburgh Pirates, St. Louis Cardinals

- 1 Player Filing (10):

  • NL Central (3): Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, Milwaukee Brewers

  • AL Central (2): Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers

  • NL West: Colorado Rockies

  • NL East (3): New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, Washington Nationals

  • AL East: New York Yankees

- 0 Players Filing (12):

  • NL West (4): Arizona Diamondbacks, Los Angeles Dodgers, San Diego Padres, San Francisco Giants

  • AL East (3): Boston Red Sox, Tampa Bay Rays, Toronto Blue Jays

  • AL Central: Cleveland Guardians

  • AL West (4): Houston Astros, Los Angeles Angels, Oakland Athletics, Texas Rangers

[1] Huge credit to Baseball Writers Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman on Twitter), Robert Murray (@ByRobertMuray), Mark Feinsand (@Feinsand), Joel Sherman (@Joelsherman1) and Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) for their reporting on each of these deals. Without each of these writers, none of this data could have been compiled and assembled.


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