Following are the MLBTR estimates for the seven Tigers who are eligible for arbitration, with links to the BYB analysis of their arbitration cases. We will update periodically as figures are released and settlements are reached.
3:35 PM ET. UPDATE: Six of the seven arbitration eligible players have settled, leaving Scherzer, a Scott Boras client, as the only unsettled case.
UPDATE: Scherzer asks for $ 7.4 million, Tigers offer $ 6.05 million.
Midpoint is 6.725 million
2012- 3.75 million
UPDATE: Tigers sign Boesch for $ 2.3 million, avoiding arbitration
2012- $ 502,500
UPDATE: Porcello signs for $ 5.1 million, avoiding arbitration
2012- $ 3.1 million
UPDATE: Tigers sign Fister for $ 4 million, one year, avoiding arbitration.
UPDATE: Tigers and Phil Coke settle for $ 1.85 million, avoiding arbitration
2012- $ 1.1million
UPDATE: Jackson settles for $ 3.5 million, avoiding arbitration
2012- $ 500,000
UPDATE: Avila settles for $ 2.95 million, avoiding arbitration
2012- $ 510,000
Ryan Raburn was released and is now a free agent
Don Kelly was released and signed to a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training and the right to opt out if he is not on the opening day roster.