Betts lone Red Sox going to arbitration hearing

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Betts lone Red Sox going to arbitration hearing
Betts lone Red Sox going to arbitration hearing

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer Scott Lauber covers the Boston Red Sox for ESPN.com. Follow on Twitter How much should Boston Red Sox star Mookie Betts get paid this year? Three judges will decide. The Red Sox reached one-year contract agreements Friday with nine of their 10 arbitration-eligible players, beating the deadline to exchange figures for a potential hearing. Betts was the lone holdout, and according to Sox assistant general manager Brian O'Halloran, the sides have agreed to let a panel of three arbitrators determine the All-Star right fielder's 2018 salary in a hearing next month. A date for the hearing has not yet been set. The Red Sox submitted a $7.5 million salary figure for Betts,

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