Friday is the deadline for teams and arbitration-eligible players to come to terms on a contract for the 2020 season.
The Yankees tendered contracts to all off their arbitration-eligible players earlier this offseason, with James Paxton, Aaron Judge, and Gary Sanchez the biggest names in that group.
If a player and team are unable to come to terms, their salary will be set during an arbitration hearing later this offseason.
Thanks to projections from MLBTradeRumors, we know what each player above will likely earn in 2020.
Now, the specific figures are starting to roll in. Here's the latest:
Reliever Chad Green, who often served as an opener for the Yankees in 2019, agreed to a $1.275 million deal, while lefty Jordan Montgomery agreed to a $750,000 deal. Both of those numbers were reported by Mark Feinsand of MLB.com, as well as the Associated Press.
Montgomery had been projected to make $1.2 million, up from $596,600 in 2019, while Green was projected to make $1.4 million, up from $598,650 in 2019.
Star slugger Aaron Judge has agreed to a one-year deal worth $8.5 million, according to Mark Feinsand of MLB.com. Judge made just $684,300 in 2019 -- which was barely above the league minimum.
James Paxton has agreed to a one-year deal worth $12.5 milliion, per Jon Heyman of MLB Network. He made $8.75 million during the 2019 season.
RHP Tommy Kahnle agreed to a $2.65 million deal, per Heyman. It was Kahnle's third year of arbitration, and he will be eiligible once again for arbitration in 2021.
Gary Sanchez has agreed to a one-year deal worth $5 million, according to Mark Feinsand of MLB.com. It is the second highest deal ever for a first time eligible catcher, per Jon Heyman of MLB Network.
RHP Luis Cessa also agreed to a one-deal deal at $895,000, according to Robert Murray.
RHP Jonathan Holder agreed to a one-year deal at $750,000, according to Murray.
Gio Urshela has agreed to a one-year deal worth $2.475 million, reports Joel Sherman of the New York Post. Urshela had been projected to earn $2.2 million. He made $555,000 in 2019.