Today figures to be a revealing — and quite expensive — day for the Red Sox.
By this afternoon, they — and we — will know where the Sox stand with their players who are eligible for salary arbitration.
Heading the list will be outfielder Mookie Betts, who MLBTradeRumors.com has getting $27.7 million in his final year of eligibility before hitting free agency this fall. It's virtually certain that Betts will establish a new record for the highest salary for a player eligible for arbitration; Colorado third baseman Nolan Arenado set that mark last year at $26 million before he and the Rockies later reached an accord on a long-term extension.
Other Red Sox players in line for big paydays, with their projected numbers: