Moylan is expected to fetch upwards of $2 million if he goes through the arbitration process, but Frank Wren met with Moylan's agent to discuss possibly non-tendering and re-signing him in order to save money, ajc.com reports.
Moylan appeared in only 13 games last season due to back surgery in April and surgery on a torn rotator cuff and labrum in September. His effectiveness was spotty. Though Moylan struck out 10 batters in 8 1/3 innings, he also gave up 12 hits. His latest shoulder surgery will keep him out for the early part of the 2012 season.
In accordance with the Basic Agreement, teams cannot cut more than 20 percent of what a player earned in salary and performance bonuses the previous season, or 30 percent of those figures during the past two seasons. Non-tendered players, however, can be re-signed by their teams at a steeper discount.
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