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Arbitration--where the players "always win," right?

I don't know if any of you are familiar with this blog, but it is very good. One of the contributors is Rick Karcher, a former minor league baseball player in the Braves system, and one of my former professors.

Over the years, the teams have won 58% of the cases (279-205). The last time that the players exceeded .500 was 1996 (players won 7 of 10 hearings).

 

Year - Cases Filed - Cases Settled - Number of Hearings

2005 - 89 - 86 - 3 (Teams won 2 out of the 3)
2006 - 100 - 94 - 6 (Teams won 4 out of the 6)
2007 - 106 - 99 - 7 (Teams won 4 out of the 7)
2008 - 110 - 102 - 8 (Teams won 6 out of the 8)

 

http://sports-law.blogspot.com/2009/01/clarification-of-my-last-post-on-salary.html

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