Taylor, Dodgers reach $13.4M, 2-year deal, avoid arbitration

Taylor, Dodgers reach $13.4M, 2-year deal, avoid arbitration Taylor, Dodgers reach $13.4M, 2-year deal, avoid arbitration Chris Taylor

For Chris Taylor and the Los Angeles Dodgers, reaching a multiyear contract was like a dance routine: a five, six, seven, eight.

Los Angeles and the utilityman avoided arbitration when they agreed to an $13.4 million, two-year contract that included salaries of $5.6 million this year, then $7.8 million in 2021.
Taylor hit .262 last year after overcoming a slow start to the season in which he missed over a month with a broken wrist. The 29-year-old plays many positions and his speed is valuable on the basepaths.
Taylor made $3.5 million last year. He had asked for $5.8 million in arbitration and the team offered $5,250,000. He is eligible for free agency after the 2021 season.
Infielder Max Muncy agreed to a $26 million, three-year contract Thursday and outfielder Joc Pederson, who may soon be traded to the Los Angeles Angels, lost his case Friday and will get $7.75 million instead of his request for $9.5 million.
Reliever Pedro Báez ($4 million versus $3.5 million) remains on track for a hearing.

Last modified on Friday, 07/02/2020

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