The Detroit Tigers entered the winter with 10 arbitration-eligible players. Now they have six.

The latest to be taken off the list is veteran left-handed reliever Blaine Hardy, who agreed to a one-year deal to bypass arbitration. He was projected to make $800,000 in arbitration and his contract will likely be in the same neighborhood.

The following arbitration-eligible players are still unsigned for 2018: shortstop Jose Iglesias; outfielder Nicholas Castellanos; relievers Alex Wilson, Bruce Rondon and Shane Greene; and catcher James McCann.