The deadline for MLB teams and their arbitration-eligible players to submit salary figures for 2018 is today, Jan. 12. In the the event player and team can not reach agreement before Saturday, an arbitration hearing will be scheduled for February. However the two sides can still negotiate before going to a hearing...
9:00 p.m.: AJ Ramos reaches a $9.225 million deal with the Mets to avoid arbitration. The 31-year-old will be an unrestricted free agent after the 2018 season.
6:53 p.m.: Zach Wheeler filed for arbitration at $1.9 million while the Mets filed at $1.5 million, per The Post's Ken Davidoff. The Mets and Wheeler can negotiate a deal before the arbitration hearings in February. Wheeler is arbitration-eligible next season before becoming a free agent in 2020.
5:35 p.m.: Jacob deGrom will make $7.4 million this season, according to Matt Ehalt of The Record. DeGrom, who made $4.05 million last season, is arbitration-eligible in 2019 and 2020, after which he is eligible for free agency.
5:25 p.m.: Hansel Robles will make $900,000 this season after making $553,000 last season, according to Jon Heyman of FanRag. Robles is under team control through the 2020 season.
1:22 p.m.: Noah Syndergaard, who was a Super 2, will make a base salary of $2.975 million, which can reach as high as $3.05 million with incentives, according to James Wagner of the NY Times. Syndergaard, who made $605,500 last season, is under team control through the 2021 season.
12:59 p.m.: Jeurys Familia will make $7.925 million this season -- a $500,000 raise from 2017, reports Marc Carig of Newsday. Familia is eligible for free agency after the season.
12:55 p.m.: Travis d'Arnaud will make $3.47 million this season after making $1.875 million in 2017, according to Robert Murray of FanRag. D'Arnaud is arbitration-eligible again after this season, before being eligible for free agency.
12:25 p.m.: Wilmer Flores will make $3.4 million this season -- a $1.2 million raise from 2017, according to USA Today's Bob Nightengale. Flores is arbitration-eligible again after this season, before being eligible for free agency.
12:43 a.m.: Matt Harvey, who will be a free agent after next season, will get a $500,000 raise and earn $5.6 million next season, according to Nightengale.
The Mets have setted on a deal with all arbitration-eligible players except Wheeler.
MLB Trade Rumors projects the team's nine players will end up accounting for $43.6 million in payroll next season up from $35 million in 2017.