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Austin Riley first of 4 champion Braves to go to arbitration

Third baseman Austin Riley became the first of four members of the World Series champion Atlanta Braves to go to a salary arbitration hearing, asking for $4.25 million rather than the team’s $3.95 million offer. Arbitrators Richard Bloch, Steven Wolf and John Woods heard the case virtually on Tuesday. A decision is expected Wednesday, along with the case of St. Louis outfielder Tyler O’Neill, which was heard last Friday by a different panel.

Source: Yahoo Sports

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