Pirates pitcher wins salary arbitration hearing
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Pirates pitcher Ross Ohlendorf won his salary arbitration hearing today and will be paid $2,025,000 this coming season.
The Pirates had argued that his salary should be $1.4 million.
The case went to arbitration after the Pirates and Ohlendorf, 28, could not agree to terms. He earned $439,000 last season.
Ohlendorf had a 1-11 record with a 4.07 ERA in 108 1/2 innings last season. He was on the disabled list twice, once with a back injury and then with muscle strain in his right shoulder.
Pitchers and catchers report for spring training in Bradenton on Sunday.
First Published February 9, 2011 12:24 pm