New York Yankees avoid arbitration with nine players Friday
Sánchez and the Yankees settled at $5 million, according to MLB.com's Mark Feinsand, Urshela and the club came to terms on a $2.475 million pact, Paxton settled at $12.5 million and Judge settled at $8.5 million.
For Sánchez, the agreement represents a significant raise over the $669,800 that he earned in 2019, when the 27-year-old was selected for his second American League All-Star team. In 106 games, Sánchez batted .232 with 34 homers (tops among big league catchers) and 77 RBIs, compiling an .841 OPS (119 OPS+). Sánchez projects as the Yanks' starting catcher in 2020.
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