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    So they don't have to afterall.

    Well, Good. It's all behind us and now spring training can start and the team can get ready for a great season.

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    Brewers, Hardy agree on one-year deal

    Brewers, Hardy agree on one-year deal - Brewers Blog

    J.J. Hardy and Doug Melvin won't have to go to Florida this weekend after all.

    The Brewers and Hardy just agreed on a one-year deal that will avoid an arbitration hearing Monday in St. Petersburg. I haven't gotten details of the contract yet but last I heard the sides were just below the midpoint of figures filed, which was $2.725 million.

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  • 645
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    Well, I guess the Brewers streak of not going to a hearing will end but it's alright for JJ is worth it mather what.

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    Brewers, Hardy headed for a hearing

    Brewers, Hardy headed for a hearing - Brewers Blog

    Just got off the telephone with general manager Doug Melvin and he said it appears the club will go to an arbitration hearing with shortstop J.J. Hardy.

    That hearing is scheduled for Monday in St. Petersburg, Fla., and Melvin said he already has a flight scheduled to go there Sunday evening.

    "We've pretty much stopped talking," said Melvin, when asked if negotiations were going anywhere.

    If the Brewers and Hardy go to a hearing, it will be the first for Melvin since he took over the reins of the club in September 2002. Hardy, who made $400,000 last season, filed a request for $3.05 million, with the Brewers offering $2.4 million.

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