Cubs Transactions 2012: Chicago Agrees To Terms With Six Arbitration-Eligible Players

According to Chicago Cubs beat writer Carrie Muskat, the team has agreed to terms with six arbitration-eligible players.

So the Cubs avoid arbitration proceedings with these players, but they have not yet come to terms with starting pitcher Matt Garza, who filed for a $10.225 million salary for the 2012 season. The Cubs' initial offer to Garza was for $7.95 million.

More: Matt Garza Arbitration: Pitcher Files For $10.225 Million

Garza, who has been the topic of some trade rumors during the offseason, is coming off perhaps his best season as a starter.

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