avoided salary arbitration, as the two sides agreed Thursday to a 2015 salary of $2.16 million.
Heisey, 30, was acquired from the
in the off-season in exchange for right-hander Matt Magill. Heisey could be the right-handed-hitting component of a center-field platoon that could also include Joc Pederson or
An above-average defender, Heisey drew a $1.76-million salary last season, when he batted .222 with eight home runs and 22 runs batted in in 119 games with the Reds.
His deal with the Dodgers came a day before the deadline for the team to exchange salary figures with its arbitration-eligible players. The Dodgers have three players who remain eligible for arbitration: closer