Tigers expected to offer contracts to all five arbitration-eligible players

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

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

►Matthew Boyd, $6.4 million.

►Daniel Norris, $2.9 million.

►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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