The Orioles have tendered contracts to each of their six arbitration-eligible players — outfielders Austin Hays, Cedric Mullins and Anthony Santander, right-handed pitchers Dillon Tate and Austin Voth, and shortstop Jorge Mateo.
According to MLBTradeRumors.com, Hays is projected to make $3.1 million. Mullins could make $4.4 million, and Santander could get $7.5 million. Tate could get $1.5 million, Voth $2 million and Mateo $1.8 million.
If contracts are not agreed to, the Orioles and the players must exchange figures by January 13th.
The Orioles also offered contracts to all of their players on the 40-man roster who are not yet eligible for arbitration.
Note: Major League Baseball suspended Orioles minor league pitcher Henry Tejada, who’s on the roster of the Dominican Summer League Orioles, for 60 games without pay after testing positive for Nandrolone, a performance-enhancing substance