Brewers: What Are The Salary Arbitration Projections For 2022?

It’s an interesting debate every single year. What should a player’s salary be? Arbitration has a process for settling that debate. It may be flawed, but players earn big raises once they hit arbitration and the Milwaukee Brewers have a large number of players entering this process.

14 Brewers players are projected to be eligible for arbitration this winter, and a lot of them are the key contributors for this Milwaukee team. The core that has made this team so successful the past few years is getting more and more expensive with each passing year and 2022 will be the most expensive one yet.

MLB Trade Rumors just released their arbitration projections for this offseason. Here’s what they expect the Brewers players to earn:

Josh Hader – $10.0MM

Unsurprisingly, Hader is slated to earn the highest salary of any Brewers arbitration eligible player. This will be Hader’s third season of arbitration of four as a Super Two eligible player. Hader continued to dominate in 2021 as the closer and with him racking up the saves totals and blowing only one save all year, he’s due a massive raise from his $6.675MM salary in 2021.

Brandon Woodruff – $7.1MM

Brandon Woodruff, entering his second year of arbitration, is also due a hefty raise. Further establishing himself as an ace this season, Woodruff is going to continue to see his salary rise, but for his production $7.1MM is still less than he’s…

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