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Price on his new deal

ROGER MOONEY David Price agreed to a one-year, $4.35 million contract today with the Rays, thus avoiding arbitration. The figure matches the $4.35 given to Dontrelle Willis in 2006 for the highest contract given to a pitcher in his first…

David Price Says Arbitration Money Can Help Him Buy a Wing in Derek Jeter’s Mansion

Arbitration time can be an exciting time of the year for some players and a frustrating one for others. For guys like David Ortiz who have been looking for a long-term extension but keep agreeing on a one-year salary, it’s tedious. For a young player like David Price who is just now starting to make his millions, it’s fun. Price just reached a one-year deal with the Rays for...

Rays avoid arbitration with Upton, Price

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) -- Centerfielder B.J. Upton and pitchers David Price and Burke Badenhop have agreed to one-year contracts with the Tampa Bay Rays, avoiding arbitration. The deals reached before Tuesday's deadline for teams and players to exchange salary proposals will pay Upton 7 million, Price's 4.35 million and Badenhop 1,075,000 next season. Upton earned 4...

Two key Tampa Bay Rays get a pay raise for 2012

Two key Tampa Bay Rays players received a nice pay raise yesterday. SP David Price and CF B.J. Upton both received hefty pay increases while avoiding arbitration with the Tampa Bay Rays. Tampa also reached a new deal with newly acquired RP Burke Badenhop.  On Monday, the Rays reached a new one-year deal with RP J.P. Howell worth $1.35 million dollars. Price, 26, saw...

Rays sign OF Upton, P Price to one-year pacts

The Tampa Bay Rays dodged arbitration with two of their key players Tuesday, signing outfielder B.J. Upton and pitcher David Price to one-year deals.Upton's deal is worth roughly $7 million plus performance bonuses. The 27-year-old, whose name was bandied about in trade rumors last month, is coming off a season that saw him hit .243 with 23 home runs, 81 RBIs and 36 stolen bases...

Rays Ink Deals with Price, Upton, Badenhop

The Tampa Bay Rays announced today that they have come to terms on deals with LHP David Price, OF B. J. Upton, RHP Burke Badehhop, and LHP J. P. Howell. Inside is the full official press release from the team.

Rays Avoid Arbitration With Price, Upton, Badenhop

According to Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times (still weird typing that), the Rays have successfully avoided arbitration with one-year deals for David Price, BJ Upton, and Burke Badenhop. No deal was reached with Jeff Niemann, who will now have his 2012 salary determined by an arbitrator. Price’s 2012 salary will be $4.35 million. He made $1.25 million in 2011 as the fifth year...

Rays agree with Upton, Price, avoid arbitration

Centerfielder B.J. Upton and pitchers David Price and Burke Badenhop have agreed to one-year contracts with the Tampa Bay Rays, avoiding arbitration.

Price, Upton agree to one-year deals with Rays

The Tampa Bay Rays have agreed to a one-year contracts and avoided arbitration starting pitcher David Price and center fielder B.J. Upton.

Price ($4.35 million), Upton ($7 million) and Badenhop avoid arbitration with 1-year contracts

ROGER MOONEY The Rays avoided arbitration with David Price, B.J. Upton and Burke Badenhop this afternoon by agreeing on one-year deals with the three players. Jeff Niemann appears to be headed to arbitration. Price, a Super 2 player who voided…
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