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Grounded Polo wrote:Adrian Gonzalez has tremendous power and if he only has a maybe chance at reaching, Chase doesn't have any.
DRAFTAHOLIC wrote:Chase had 20 Home Runs in AA ball, so I am not sure that means he does not have ANY pop.
Danimal wrote:First things first ... when will he get the call?
Last year's cutoff was two years, 140 days. ... Yet the historic range is sufficiently broad -- since 1990, it has fallen variously from two years plus 128 days to two years plus 153 days -- that roster decisions become exceedingly delicate this time of year.
The Cincinnati Reds could afford to promote phenom Jay Bruce on Tuesday because he was starting his service clock from scratch. Headley, however, earned 19 days on the Padres' roster last season and could accumulate as many as 142 days of total service by season's end if he were called up Wednesday.
Q: When does a player become eligible for salary arbitration?
A: A player with three or more years of service, but less than six years, may file for salary arbitration. In addition, a player can be classified as a "Super Two" and be eligible for arbitration with less than three years of service. A player with at least two but less than three years of Major League service shall be eligible for salary arbitration if he has accumulated at least 86 days of service during the immediately preceding season and he ranks in the top 17 percent in total service in the class of Players who have at least two but less than three years of Major League service, however accumulated, but with at least 86 days of service accumulated during the immediately preceding season.
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