MLB Notebook: Astros’ Correa Wins Arbitration Case | 8/28/2018 | Staff
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Houston Astros shortstop Carlos Correa won his arbitration case Tuesday and will make $5 million in 2019.

The Astros submitted a figure of $4.25 million, but arbitrators Elizabeth Neumeier, James Oldham and Gary Kendellen ruled in favor of Correa.

Correa - Season - Career - Lows - Homers

Correa earned $1 million last season when he posted career lows of 15 homers, 65 RBIs and a .239 batting average.

Correa, 24, revealed his victory on his Twitter account.

Bay - Rays - Outfielder - Tommy - Pham

–Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Tommy Pham won his salary arbitration case and will make $4.1 million this season, according to

The Rays submitted $3.5 million, but arbitrators Margaret Brogan, Andrew Strongin and Gil Vernon ruled in favor of the Pham, 30.

Pham - Season - Campaign - St - Louis

Pham made $570,100 last season when he split the campaign between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Rays. He batted .275 with 21 homers and 63 RBIs in 137 games.

–TD Ameritrade founder and Chicago Cubs ownership patriarch Joe Ricketts apologized after racist comments and conspiracy theories from his email address surfaced in an online news report from Splinter News.

Article - Monday - Joe - Ricketts - Questioning

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