Skip to main content
Juan Soto

Juan Soto to become arbitration eligible this offseason

by Brendan Tuma | Nationals Correspondent | Thu, Oct 29th 3:41pm EDT

Todd Dybas of NBC Sports Washington reports Juan Soto will likely become arbitration eligible this offseason. (NBC Sports Washington)

Fantasy Impact:

Dybas writes that Soto's service time is "expected to move him just beyond the arbitration-eligible threshold to be agreed upon by the Major League Baseball Players Association and league in the coming days." This means that Soto will be a Super 2 player, and he'll likely break the salary record for first-time arbitration eligible players. That record currently belongs to Kris Bryant, who earned $10.85 million back in 2018.

More Juan Soto: News, Rankings, Projections, Stats


What's your take? Leave a comment