BALTIMORE (AP) – The Baltimore Orioles reached a $1.05 million settlement with left-hander Tanner Scott on Tuesday, avoiding arbitration.
First-timer Trey Mancini and left-winger John Means are also eligible to referee, and the team has yet to reach an agreement with them. Mancini is asking for $8 million and the team is offering $7,375,000. His salary was $4,750,000 last year. Means is asking for $3.1 million and the team is offering $2.7 million. His salary was $593,500 last year.
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Scott went 5-4 with a 5.17 ERA last season in 62 appearances.
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Mancini was the Returning Player of the Year at the US Championship in 2021 after he missed the previous season during treatment for stage 3 colon cancer. He beat .255 with 21 own goals and 71 RBI balls.
Means went 6-9 with an ERA of 3.62, including one that missed its mark in Seattle on May 5.
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