Logan gets $3.15 million salary for 2013

The parade of abritration avoiding agreements continues with top left-handed reliever Boone Logan. His agency tweeted that Logan and the Yankees had reached agreement on a $3.15 million salary for the 2013 season, avoiding an arbitration hearing and leaving David Robertson as the only arbitration eligible player yet un-signed for the Yankees.

Logan pitched well for the Yankees early last season but either regressed to the mean or wilted a bit under an unusually heavy workload at the hands of Joe Girardi. Logan appeared in a career high 80 games, and pitched to a 3.74 ERA and 3.67 FIP with a strikeout-to-walk ratio of 68:28.

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2 thoughts on “Logan gets $3.15 million salary for 2013

  1. That just leaves Robertson as the lone remaining arbitration eligible player yet to settle.

  2. That's a pretty good chunk of change for Logan. I doubt the Logan will be with the Yankees next year when he hit's FA. Heck he may not even be with the Yankees this entire year. With Rapada on the roster who is much, much cheaper and Cabral and Rondon either available or will be shortly after the season begins. Logan is expendable.