This morning, two of the Dodger players that are eligible for arbitration reportedly via Twitter reach agreements with the Dodgers.
Ross Stripling: 2020 Base salary-$600,000— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) January 10, 2020
Signing bonus- $1,500,000 payable by 1/17/20#dodgers
The Dodgers and Julio Urías have agreed to a one-year, $1 million deal to avoid arbitration, per source.— Jorge Castillo (@jorgecastillo) January 10, 2020
ESPN.com reporter Jeff Passan posted a link where they are tracking all of the updates, already Mookie Betts and Kris Bryant have reportedly reached agreements with their current teams.
Rather than have me completely nuke your timeline and notifications, my editors came up with a brilliant idea. We’ll be tracking all the arbitration settlements today at dot-com. I’ll still tweet out the bigger names/settlements, but otherwise, go here: https://t.co/zLtJaS99jl— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) January 10, 2020
As a reminder, here is the list of Dodger players that are arbitration-eligible:
- Pedro Baez
- Kiké Hernandez
- Joc Pederson
- Chris Taylor
- Corey Seager
- Ross Stripling (signed $2.1M)
- Austin Barnes (signed $1.1M)
- Scott Alexander (signed $875K)
- Max Muncy
- Cody Bellinger
- Julio Urías (signed $1M)
The deadline was 10:00 a.m. PST but expect to see signing announcements throughout the day.