The following players are eligible for arbitration following the 2017 season. A player is eligible to file for salary arbitration once they accrue three years of major league service time. A player can qualify prior to having three years of service time if they are among the top 22-percent of players with more than two years of time, which gives them four years of salary arbitration compared to the usual three years.
Luis Garcia – First of three years of eligibility
Cameron Rupp – First of three years of eligibility
*Franco was declared a “Super-Two” arbitration eligible player following the 2017 season when he had amassed two-years and 170 days of MLB service time.