Pitchers Joba Chamberlain, Phil Hughes, Boone Logan and David Robertson filed for arbitration Tuesday afternoon, the Major League Baseball Players Association announced.

In total, 133 MLB players filed and will be asked to exchange salary figures with their respective clubs by Friday. If the players and clubs cannot come to an agreement, the arbitration cases will be held between Feb. 4-20.

Hughes was the highest-paid of the four Yankees to file, earning $3.2 million in 2012. The 26-year old right-hander went 16-13 while throwing a career-high 191 1/3 innings.

Logan, who led Yankee pitchers with 80 appearances, made $1.875 million while Chamberlain, who missed most of the season with injuries, earned $1.675 million. Robertson, the Yankees 8th inning specialist, made $1.6 million.

All players who file for arbitration can come to terms with their clubs up until the time their cases are heard.