Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Cody Bellinger and Milwaukee Brewers left-hander Josh Hader are part of a group of MLB players that are now eligible for salary arbitration due to Super Two status, according to The Associated Press.
There are 23 new major leaguers that are eligible.
|Atlanta Braves||Johan Camargo|
|Chicago Cubs||Kyle Ryan|
|Colorado Rockies||Kyle Freeland|
|Colorado Rockies||David Dahl|
|Detroit Tigers||JaCoby Jones|
|Los Angeles Angels||Keynan Middleton|
|Los Angeles Angels||Noe Ramirez|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||Cody Bellinger|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||Julio Urias|
|Milwaukee Brewers||Josh Hader|
|Milwaukee Brewers||Brent Suter|
|Miami Marlins||JT Riddle|
|New York Yankees||Luis Cessa|
|New York Yankees||Jonathan Holder|
|New York Yankees||Jordan Montgomery|
|New York Yankees||Gio Urshela|
|Oakland Athletics||Jharel Cotton|
|San Diego Padres||Hunter Renfroe|
|San Diego Padres||Dinelson Lamet|
|San Francisco Giants||Wandy Peralta|
|Tampa Bay Rays||Tyler Glasnow|
|Tampa Bay Rays||Daniel Robertson|
|Toronto Blue Jays||Derek Law|
Bellinger is likely to surpass the record $10.85-million salary that Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant received in his first year in arbitration.
The top 22% of players between two and three years of service time are arbitration eligible if they had at least 86 days of service in 2019, according to The Associated Press.
Jan. 10 is the deadline for players and teams to exchange salary numbers.