​An arbitration court case between a player and a team is sort of an awkward thing, it's like fighting your parents over the amount of allowance money you get, only in a judicial court with a judge. At the end of the day, every player and general manager will say, "​it's just business," except if you're Marcus Stroman, who lost his arbitration case against his team, the Toronto Blue Jays. It may be just business to the Blue Jays' front office, but for Stroman, losing this case added fuel to the fire.