Rays Avoid Arbitration With All Eligible Players

ST. PETERSBURG (WDAE) -- With the deadline to avoid arbitration passing at noon Friday, the Tampa Bay Rays made sure they would not have to go before a panel this year.

The Rays reached deals with their five remaining arbitration eligible players before the deadline: pitchers Oliver Drake, Tyler Glasnow, and Chaz Roe, outfielder Hunter Renfroe and infielder Daniel Robertson.

According to Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times, Renfroe will make $3.3 million in 2020, while Mark Feinsand of MLB.com says Glasnow agreed to a $2.05 million contract for next year.

Catcher Mike Zunino, the team's sixth arbitration eligible player, signed a one-year deal earlier in the offseason.

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