At 1 p.m. on Tuesday, every team around the league had to settle with their arbitration-eligible players for next season, or exchange numbers that a mediator later on in the arbitration period will review and determine what that player will make for the 2022 campaign.
The team announced on Tuesday night that they came to terms with 11 of their 12 players (two signed deals prior to the deadline), with Judge being the only player they couldn’t come to an agreement with.
Per MLB Network’s Jon Heyman, Judge filed at $21 million while the Yankees offered $17 million.
Here’s a look at the salary for each arb-eligible Yankee this year:
–Aaron Judge: Did not come to terms, headed towards arbitration hearing
–Joey Gallo: Settled at $10.75 million
–Gleyber Torres: Settled at $6.25 million
–Jordan Montgomery: Settled at $6 million
–Jameson Taillon: Settled at $5.8 million
–Chad Green: Settled, terms currently unknown
–Domingo German: Signed for $1.75 million prior to non-tender deadline
–Miguel Andujar: Settled, terms currently unknown
–Wandy Peralta: Settled at $2.15 million
–Jonathan Loaisiga: Settled, terms currently unknown
–Kyle Higashioka: Settled at $935,000
–Lucas Luetge: Signed for $905,000 prior to non-tender deadline
–Clay Holmes: Settled for $1.1 million
–Isiah Kiner-Falefa: Settled at $4 million