Diamondbacks pitcher Shelby Miller wins salary arbitration case
Pitcher Shelby Miller won his salary arbitration case on Thursday against the Diamondbacks after missing most of last season because of a torn elbow ligament, a decision that gave players a 2-0 record this year.
Miller was awarded a $200,000 raise to $4.9 million by arbitrators Robert Herzog, Gary Kendellen and Sylvia Skratek, who heard the case Wednesday. The Diamondbacks argued he should be paid the same salary as in 2017, when he lost in arbitration after asking for $5.1 million.
Houston closer Ken Giles and Miami first baseman Justin Bour went to hearings Thursday. A decision also is... read more
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