Rundown of arbitration-eligible players signed for 2015 season

Rundown of arbitration-eligible players signed for 2015 season

A flurry of signings occurred throughout Major League Baseball on Friday, as clubs and players came to agreements on the final day to exchange salary numbers for the 2015 season. The two sides can continue negotiating until a potential hearing, which would take place in February.

A player with three years of service, but less than six, is eligible to file for arbitration. A player with two years of service can be classified as a Super Two and also is eligible for arbitration if he accumulated at least 86 days of service in 2014 and ranks in the top 22 percent in service among players with two to three years of service.

Friday's biggest deal was the Tigers and left-hander David Price agreeing to a one-year, $19.75 million pact. Price's contract eclipsed Max Scherzer's $15.25 million salary last year for the largest one-year deal for an arbitration-eligible player.

Baltimore and right-hander Chris Tillman agreed to a one-year, $4.315 million deal, the second-highest all-time for a first-time arbitration-eligible starter, behind Price in 2012 ($4.35 million).

Here is a list of all arbitration-eligible players who agreed to contracts
(* -- Super Two this year):

First year of arbitration eligibility
Dustin Ackley, Mariners, unknown
Yonder Alonso, Padres, $1.65 million
Henderson Alvarez, Marlins, $4 million
Domonic Brown, Phillies, $2.5 million
David Carpenter, Yankees, $1.275 million
Carlos Carrasco, Indians, $2.3 million
Chris Carter, Astros, $4.175 million*
Welington Castillo, Cubs, $2.1 million
Lonnie Chisenhall, Indians, $2.25 million
Steve Cishek, Marlins, $6.65 million
Alex Cobb, Rays, $4 million
Louis Coleman, Royals, $1.475 million*
Tim Collins, Royals, $725,000
Hank Conger, Astros, $1.075 million
Ryan Cook, A's, unknown
Carlos Corporan, Astros, $975,000
Collin Cowgill, Angels, $995,000*
Zack Cozart, Reds, $2.35 million
Tony Cruz, Cardinals, $775,000
Felix Doubront, Cubs, $1.925 million
Nathan Eovaldi, Yankees, $3.3 million
Danny Espinosa, Nationals, $1.8 million
Casey Fien, Twins, $1.375 million*
Tyler Flowers, White Sox, $2.675 million
Logan Forsythe, Rays, $1.1 million
Charlie Furbush, Mariners, unknown
Dee Gordon, Marlins, $2.5 million*
Javy Guerra, White Sox, $937,500*
Josh Harrison, Pirates, $2.8 million
Jared Hughes, Pirates, $1.075 million*
Cesar Jimenez, Phillies, unknown
Desmond Jennings, Rays, $3.1 million
Nate Jones, White Sox, $660,000
Brandon Kintzler, Brewers, $1.075 million
Brett Lawrie, A's, $1.925 million
Jose Lobaton, Nationals, $1.2 million
Jordan Lyles, Rockies, $2.475 million
Michael McKenry, Rockies, $1.09 million
Tommy Milone, Twins, $2.775 million*
Juan Nicasio, Dodgers, $2.3 million
Hector Noesi, White Sox, $1.95 million
Eduardo Nunez, Twins, $1.025 million
Vinnie Pestano, Angels, $1.15 million
Michael Pineda, Yankees, $2.1 million
Trevor Plouffe, Twins, $4.8 million
Alex Presley, Astros, $1 million*
Ben Revere, Phillies, $4.1 million
Fernando Rodriguez, A's, $635,000
Tyson Ross, Padres, $5.25 million
Hector Santiago, Angels, $2.29 million
Bryan Shaw, Indians, $1.55 million
Drew Smyly, Rays, $2.65 million*
Ruben Tejada, Mets, $1.88 million
Dale Thayer, Padres, $1.375 million
Tillman, Orioles, $4.315 million
Dayan Viciedo, White Sox, $4.4 million
Tony Watson, Pirates, $1.75 million
Joe Wieland, Padres, $590,000*

Second year of arbitration eligibility
Darwin Barney, Dodgers, $2.525 million
Peter Bourjos, Cardinals, $1.65 million
Drew Butera, Angels, $987,500
Jason Castro, Astros, $4 million
Brett Cecil, Blue Jays, $2.475 million
Francisco Cervelli, Pirates, $987,500
Jesse Chavez, A's, $2.15 million
Andrew Cashner, Padres, $4.05 million
Chris Coghlan, Cubs, $2.505 million
Aaron Crow, Marlins, $1.975 million
Ike Davis, A's, $3.8 million
A.J. Ellis, Dodgers, $4.25 million
Neftali Feliz, Rangers, $4.125 million
Sam Fuld, A's, unknown
Dillon Gee, Mets, $5.3 million
Craig Gentry, A's, $1.6 million
Chris Heisey, Dodgers, $2.16 million
Jeremy Hellickson, D-backs, $4.275 million
Travis Ishikawa, Giants, $1.1 million
Kenley Jansen, Dodgers, $7.425 million
Kevin Jepsen, Rays, $3.025 million
Brian Matusz, Orioles, $3.2 million
Jake McGee, Rays, $3.55 million
Mark Melancon, Pirates, $5.4 million
Logan Morrison, Mariners, unknown
Brandon Moss, Indians, $6.5 million
Ivan Nova, Yankees, $3.3 million
Yusmeiro Petit, Giants, $2.1 million
Cesar Ramos, Angels, $1.312 million
Wilson Ramos, Nationals, $3.55 million
Josh Reddick, A's, $4.1 million
Rene Rivera, Rays, $1.2 million
Esmil Rogers, Yankees, $1.48 million
Justin Ruggiano, Mariners, unknown
Marc Rzepczynski, Indians, $2.4 million
Fernando Salas, Angels, $1.37 million
Michael Saunders, Blue Jays, $2.875 million
Travis Snider, Pirates, $2.1 million
Craig Stammen, Nationals, $2.25 million
Chris Stewart, Pirates, $1.225 million
Drew Storen, Nationals, $5.7 million
Stephen Strasburg, Nationals, $7.4 million
Josh Tomlin, Indians, $1.5 million
Justin Turner, Dodgers, $2.5 million

Third year of arbitration eligibility
Antonio Bastardo, Pirates, $3.1 million
Jhoulys Chacin, Rockies, $5.5 million
Chris Davis, Orioles, $12 million
Ross Detwiler, Rangers, $3.45 million
Marco Estrada, Blue Jays, $3.9 million
Kevin Frandsen, Nationals, $1 million
David Hernandez, D-backs, $2 million
Tommy Hunter, Orioles, $4.65 million
Austin Jackson, Mariners, unknown
John Jaso, Rays, $3.175 million
Shawn Kelley, Padres, $2.835 million
Ian Kennedy, Padres, $9.85 million
Mike Leake, Reds, $9.775 million
Daniel Murphy, Mets, $8 million
Bobby Parnell, Mets, $3.7 million
Gerardo Parra, Brewers, $6.237 million
Cliff Pennington, D-backs, $3.275 million
Sean Rodriguez, Pirates, $1.9 million
James Russell, Braves, $2.425 million
Jeff Samardzija, White Sox, $9.8 million
Tony Sipp, Astros, $2.4 million
Drew Stubbs, Rockies, $5.825 million
Matt Wieters, Orioles, $8.3 million

Fourth year of arbitration eligibility
Rick Porcello, Red Sox, $12.5 million
Price, Tigers, $19.75 million

Cash Kruth is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter at @cashkruth. Quinn Roberts is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.