Long Time No See: Cubs and Brewers Facing Rare Arbitration Hearings

February 11, 2010 by  

For two teams who have not had to endure arbitration hearings in such a long time, 2010 will be a unique year for both, barring last minute settlements.

The Cubs have not had a hearing during GM Jim Hendry's tenure, and the Brewers have gone 12 years without one. Yet both are lined up to go to arbitration this year—the Cubs with Ryan Theriot and Milwaukee with Corey Hart.

Hart's hearing is scheduled for today. He filed for a $4.8 million salary in 2010, while the Brewers proposed $4.15 million.

As's Adam McCalvey points out, "the Brewers...

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