With the World Series coming to a close, it’s time for Major League Baseball teams to begin thinking about next year’s rosters. Part of that process sometimes includes using arbitration as a means to decide what a player will be paid the following season. Both the team and player’s camps submit a figure to a sole arbitrator, they then pick one of the submitted figures. Little did I know, ‘baseball arbitration’ is used outside of baseball as well. Today, Daniel Droog has a great post on the subject. Total posts on the LexBlog Network: 138.