I didn't interpret what you said as not minding if the owners walked off with all the money, just that your sympathy lies with the minor leaguers and early-in-arb guys, who collectively see only a rounding error of baseball's revenue.
I think Phillies fans are very sensitive to a player signing a below-market deal to stay long-term with another team. Phillies fans strike me as slightly desperate to have their team's players love the Phillies, their fans, and Philly and we don't see the below-market deals to stay in Philly. The last player (at least whom I remember) signing below-market in Philly was Schilling, and the Phillies treated him shabbily in return.
These deals look great for the team, but some of these guys will bomb. Are the Phillies going to make out like bandits on the Kingery deal?
I think it was a huge blow to Philly self-esteem when Trout re-upped with LA.
Arguing whether Acuna got what he was worth is at least less obnoxious then all the media who were crying over the winter that Harper was being denied his due.