The Dodgers signed Brandon Beachy to a one-year, $2.75 million deal with a club option for 2016 worth between $3-6 million. The right-hander is coming off two Tommy John surgeries in the last three seasons.
The catcher, after his first full season in 2012, avoided salary arbitration on Jan. 18 with a one-year contract with the Dodgers. Ellis has two years, 151 days of service time and is a Super Two player.
The Dodgers won the bid for 25-year old Korean left-handed pitcher Hyun-jin Ryu for a reported $25,737,737.33, and on Dec. 9 signed the seven-time Korea Baseball Organization All-Star with the Hanwha Eagles.