That's one down, five to go.
That's a significant raise for Hatcher, who earned $522,500 last season, his first with the Dodgers. MLB Trade Rumors had projected he would sign at $900,000.
Five Dodgers are still unsigned and eligible for salary arbitration –
Hatcher, who turned 31 on Tuesday, had an uneven season in 2015 after coming over to the Dodgers from Miami in the Dee Gordon trade. He was originally expected to lock down the eighth inning, but struggled early as the set-up man.
In his first 27 appearances, most while closer Jansen was out, he put up a 6.38 earned-run average and a 1.58 WHIP. After missing 54 games with an oblique strain, he had a 1.31 ERA and 0.92 WHIP in his final 22 games.