A couple more players avoided arbitration this morning:
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- Jason Repko, 28, and the Dodgers have agreed to a one year deal worth 500 K, plus incentives, according to the L.A. Times.
- MLB.com is reporting that the Cardinals have avoided arbitration with Todd Wellemeyer and Chris Duncan. Wellemeyer is eligible for free agency next season, and if he gets off to another good start I wouldn't be surprised to see him receive an extension.
- The Blue Jays and Brandon League have avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one year deal worth 640 K. League, 25, needs to command his pitchers in order to live up to his full potential.
- The Braves and Mike Gonzalez have agreed to a one year deal worth 3.45 million dollars. He will be a free agent next season. He'll be behind Jose Valverde and Billy Wagner on the free agent market next year, so he might be smart to sign early at a good price, just in case the economy continues to fall.
- The Mets and Duaner Sanchez have avoided arbitration. Sanchez with make 1.6875 million dollars next season.