June 17, 2021

Dodgers and Chris Taylor Agree to Two-Year Contract (Dodgers Nation)

After reaching a salary arbitration hearing with Joc Pederson on Thursday — he lost his case — today the Dodgers announced that the club and utility player Chris Taylor have agreed to a two-year contract extension, avoiding arbitration.

As MLB scribe notes in the above tweet, CT3 will earn $13.4M over the next two seasons. This comes on the heels of the Dodgers and Max Muncy agreeing to a three-year deal on Thursday.

Next up for Los Angeles is one more case that seems likely to avoid arbitration is with pitcher Pedro Baez.

Baez submitted a salary of $4M for the 2020 season while the Dodgers offered $3.5M. The 31-year-old is entering his final season of team control and slots in as…

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