Management won 6 of 8 cases, but players still got healthy bump in pay
NEW YORK -- The 110 players in salary arbitration averaged a 120 percent increase in salary, according to a study by The Associated Press, with Cincinnati's Brandon Phillips and the New York Yankees' Robinson Cano receiving the largest percentage raises.
Phillips' salary went up 1,556 percent, from $407,500 to an average of $6.75 million under his $27 million, four-year contract.
Cano's rose 1,428 percent, from $490,800 to an average of $7.5 million in his $30 million, four-year deal.
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