LOS ANGELES — For the 12th consecutive year, the Dodgers will not go to a salary-arbitration hearing with any of their players.
The team reached agreements with its seven unsigned arbitration-eligible players on Friday, the deadline for teams and players to submit salary requests. Agreeing to one-year deals were shortstop Corey Seager, outfielder Joc Pederson, infielder/outfielder Kiké Hernandez, infielder/outfielder Chris Taylor and pitchers Josh Fields, Pedro Baez and Yimi Garcia.
Terms were not disclosed.
The Dodgers have not gone to an arbitration hearing with a player since reliever Joe Beimel in 2007.
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