Josh Hader loses to Brewers in arbitration and will earn $ 4.1 million in 2020


PHOENIX - Closer All-Star Josh Hader lost his salary arbitration case to the Milwaukee Brewers, dropping players to 1-6 in hearings this year.Hader will earn $ 4.1 million instead of his claim of $ 6.4 million.

Arbitrators Mark Burstein, Dan Brent and Fredric Horowitz made their decision Friday, one day after hearing the arguments.

A shaggy-haired left-hander who turns 26 in April, Hader made 37 saves on 44 occasions and made a 3-5 record with a 2.42 ERA in his second consecutive star season. He failed to maintain a 3-1 lead in the eighth inning of the National League joker match. bachelor in Washington Juan Soto who scored three points. The Nationals won 4-3 and won their first World Series title.

After earning $ 687,600 last year, Hader has just entered the arbitration threshold with 2 years and 115 days of service in the major leagues.

The teams also beat Boston Red Sox pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez, Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Joc Pederson, Minnesota Twins pitcher Jose Berrios, Atlanta Braves reliever Shane Greene and Colorado Rockies catcher Tony Wolters.

Dodgers' relief Pedro Baez was the only player to win.

Seven players remain scheduled for auditions that will continue until February 21.


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