The Mets will avoid arbitration with Matt Harvey, Ruben Tejada, Addison Reed, Josh Edgin, Carlos Torres (Jan. 15), according to multiple reports.
Meanwhile, Neil Walker and Lucas Duda will head to arbitration (Jan. 15).
Walker is reportedly seeking $11.8 million in his first season with the Mets, and his final year before being eligible for free agency. The Mets, however, will argue for $9.4 million, according to Jon Heyman. Similarly, while Lucas Duda is requesting $7.5 million, the Mets are offering $5.9 million.
In 2015, Harvey earned $614,125 in 2015 (Jan. 15).
Tejada, who hit .261 with a .338 OBP and .350 SLG over 407 plate appearances reportedly earned $1.88 million last season.
Reed, 27, will make $5.3 million next season. He was acquired from Arizona at the trade deadline last season, after which he posted a 1.17 ERA in 17 appearances with the Mets .
Torres, 33, will make $1.05 million. He was 5-6 with a 4.68 ERA in 59 appearances last season.
Edgin, 29, will make $625,000. He missed all of last season after undergoing Tommy John surgery. Edgin posted a 1.32 ERA in 47 appearances in 2014.
The deadline for players to file for salary arbitration is today.