With Friday as the deadline for teams to agree to contracts with arbitration-eligible players, the Giants failed to reach deals with Brandon Belt, Brandon Crawford, Gregor Blanco and Casey McGehee.
The team exchanged salary numbers with each of the four players, according to The San Francisco Chronicle.
Coming off an injury-plagued season, Belt submitted a salary requested of $4.5 million, while the Giants countered with $3 million.
After hitting a career-high 10 home runs in 2014, Crawford is asking for $3.95 million. The Giants countered with $2.4 million.
McGehee, acquired on December 20 from the Marlins, is asking for $5.4 million, while the Giants filed a proposed salary of $4 million.
Blanco filed for $4 million, while the Giants counted with $3.3 million.
Per AP: Belt seeks $4.5m, #sfgiants offer $3m. Crawford $3.95m vs. $2.4m. Blanco $4m vs $3.3m. McGehee $5.4m vs. $4m.— Henry Schulman (@hankschulman) January 17, 2015
The player and team are allowed to continue negotiating before a potential arbitration meeting sometime in February in which an independent panel hears arguments from both side and then awards the player one of the two numbers submitted.
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