Interest in the 2006 Blue Jays is at perhaps an all-time high. Ticket sales are peaking, and short…
Jays Avoid Arbitration w/ Hillenbrand, Walker
Hillenbrand, who batted .291 with 18 home runs and 82 runs batted in, during the 2005 season, can earn an extra $25,000 for 610 plate appearances and another $25,000 for reaching 635 plate appearances.
The corner infielder/designated hitter made $3.87 million during his first season with the Blue Jays.
Walker will earn $650,000 in the 2006 season. Walker pitched to a 6-6 record with a 3.54 ERA in 2005.
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