The Philadelphia Phillies announced on Friday that they have tendered contracts to all six of their arbitration eligible players in Sam Coonrod, José Alvarado, Seranthony Domínguez, Rhys Hoskins, Edmundo Sosa, and Ranger Suárez.
No shocks or surprises here, each and every one of these players had productive 2022 seasons that they will look to build upon in 2023.
Additionally, the team announced that they've agreed to terms with the aforementioned Coonrod on a one-year, $775,000 deal for the 2023 season.
Coonrod, who still has a minor league option to his name, could factor into the team's 2023 bullpen, should his rotator cuff prove healthy. The fireballing right-hander played a big part in the team's 'pen in 2021.
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