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Lopez loses to Royals in arbitration, Stallings has hearing


NEW YORK (AP) — Kansas City infielder Nicky Lopez lost his salary arbitration case with the Royals and will get $2.55 million instead of his $2.9 million request, a decision that clinched management’s third straight winning record. Teams lead 8-3 with just three cases pending. Miami catcher Jacob Stallings had his hearing with the Marlins, asking for $3.1 million while the club argued for $2.45 million. The last two cases are scheduled for next week, involving New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge and Atlanta left-hander Max Fried.

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