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The Detroit Tigers have five remaining arbitration eligible players on the roster that still need to be tendered contracts.

According to MLBTradeRumors.com., here are the five players’ estimated arbitration value.

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►Matthew Boyd, $6.4 million.

►Daniel Norris, $2.9 million.

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►Michael Fulmer, $2.8 million.

►JaCoby Jones, $1.4 million.

►Buck Farmer, $1.1 million.

The deadline to exchange salary figures is January 10. Negotiations can then continue until February 3.

The Tigers originally had nine players set for arbitration, but with the expected $20 million price tag that would come with that, the team released Blaine Hardy, John Hicks and Daniel Stumpf; Drew VerHagen signed to play in Japan.

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