The Dodgers have now reached agreements with five of their six players who filed for salary arbitration, leaving only the biggest – closer
Turner re-invented himself after signing with the Dodgers two years as a spring non-roster invitee. He hit .340 in 2014 and became their regular third baseman last season.
He was rewarded Friday with a $5.1-million deal. He earned $2.5 million in 2014.
Turner had off-season knee surgery, but the Dodgers are counting on him to repeat his 2015 slash line of .294/.370/491. He hit a career-high 16 home runs and had 60 RBI in 439 plate appearances.
Grandal was acquired last winter from the
Grandal signed for $2.8 million after earning $693,000 last season. Overall, Grandal had a .234/.353/.403 line, with 16 homers and 47 RBI.
Luis Avilan agreed to a one-year deal earlier Friday.
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