The Dodgers are in agreement with several players to avoid arbitration with the biggest name being Julio Urías at $14.25M.
Julio Urías has emerged as one of the game’s top pitchers. He’s somehow never made an All-Star team but finished in the top ten in NL Cy Young balloting in each of the last two seasons, including a third-place finish in 2022. The Mexico native led the National League with a 2.16 ERA across 175 innings, his second straight sub-3.00 campaign.
Since firmly establishing himself in the Los Angeles rotation in 2020, he carries a 2.66 ERA and has held opponents to a .210/.262/.345 line over 415 2/3 frames.
Here are some players that the Dodgers have agreed to deals with so far today:
Walker Buehler $8.025M
Caleb Ferguson $1.1M
Dustin May $1.675M
Will Smith $5.24M
Trayce Thompson $1.45M
Julio Urías $14.25M
Yency Almonte $1.45M
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