11 players who struck it rich at MLB’s arbitration deadline Chris Bahr @ChrisBahr_FOX Jan 14, 2017 at 10:51a ET There was no mystery where these players would play in 2017 – all were under team control through at least next season – but their salaries were a great unknown before Friday’s arbitration deadline. Whether it was via a multiyear extension or simply a settlement on a 2017 contract, these players (and many others) all have a few extra bucks in their pockets: Wil Myers, Padres The first baseman finally broke through last season with 28 homers, 94 RBI and a .797 OPS, making his first All-Star team. 2016 salary: $523,900 New deal (still pending): Six years for more than $80 million, according to FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal USA TODAY Sports Jake Roth Nolan Arenado, Rockies For the second consecutive season, the third baseman led the NL in homers (41) and RBI (133) while setting a new career high with a .932 OPS and winning a fourth consecutive Gold Glove. 2016 salary: $5 million New deal: Two years for $29.5 million USA TODAY Sports Isaiah J. Downing Jake Arrieta, Cubs Even in a “down year,” the right-hander was 18-8 with a 3.10 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and an 8.7 K/9 ratio while throwing the season’s only no-hitter. 2016 salary: $10.7 million New deal: $15.6375 million for 2017 USA TODAY Sports Ken Blaze Bryce Harper, Nationals Despite a precipitous drop in his numbers across the board from his 2015 MVP season, the right fielder still swatted 24 homers, drove in 86 runs and posted a .373 on-base percentage. 2016 salary: $5 million New deal: $13.625 million for 2017 USA TODAY Sports Brad Mills Eric Hosmer, Royals After setting career highs with 25 homers and 104 RBI and making his first All-Star team in 2016, the first baseman is setting himself up for a huge pay day as a free agent after the 2017 season. 2016 salary: $8.25 million New deal: $12.25 million for 2017 USA TODAY Sports John Rieger Todd Frazier, White Sox In his first (only?) season with Chicago, the third baseman blasted a career-best 40 homers and drove in 98 runs while stealing 15 bases. 2016 salary: $7.5 million New deal: $12 million for 2017 USA TODAY Sports Rick Osentoski Manny Machado, Orioles The third baseman's fourth full season in the majors was his most impressive yet, with career bests in homers (37), RBI (96) and OPS (.876). 2016 salary: $5 million New deal: $11.5 million for 2017 USA TODAY Sports Evan Habeeb Zach Britton, Orioles All he did was turn in arguably the best season ever by a closer, with a 0.54 ERA, a 0.84 WHIP, a 9.9 K/9 ratio and an AL-best 47 saves (in 47 opportunities). 2016 salary: $6.75 million New deal: $11.4 million for 2017 USA TODAY Sports Rick Osentoski Chris Tillman, Orioles The right-hander led the rotation with 16 wins while making 30 starts for the fourth consecutive season. 2016 salary: $6.225 million New deal: $10.05 million for 2017 USA TODAY Sports Tommy Gilligan Dallas Keuchel, Astros A season after winning the AL Cy Young Award, the lefty went 9-12 with a 4.55 ERA and 1.29 WHIP while making seven fewer starts than in 2015. 2016 salary: $7.25 million New deal: $9.15 million for 2107 USA TODAY Sports Evan Habeeb Yangervis Solarte, Padres The third baseman set career highs with 15 homers, 71 RBI and an .808 OPS last season. 2016 salary: $525,000 New deal: 2-year extension, with team options for 2019 and 2020 (terms undisclosed) USA TODAY Sports Jake Roth Next Gallery 31 The player each MLB team will miss the most in the 2017 season Start Gallery » FOX Fantasy Baseball Join or Create a Free League Play Now!