FanGraphs Audio: Eno Sarris on the Curiosities of Arbitration

Episode 419
Full-time employee of FanGraphs, Eno Sarris, has recently performed some legitimate reportage on the peculiar logistics of salary arbitration in baseball. He discusses that exact thing on this edition of FanGraphs Audio.

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Audio after the jump. (Approximately 38 min play time.)

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If arbitrators incorrectly evaluate player value, is there a competitive advantage to be gained for teams to seek out a certain type of player? Are the Pirates doing this by playing Marte and (soon) Polanco in the corner-outfield?