Monday marked the deadline for clubs to tender contracts to salary arbitration-eligible players on the 40-man roster. The Dodgers came up to the 8pm ET deadline with 10 arb-eligible players, after reaching 1-year deals with Scott Alexander and Austin Barnes.
Of the 10 players, 9 were tendered contracts. Those players are as follows, along with their projected salaries for 2020:
- Cody Bellinger; $11.6M (super 2 status)
- Pedro Baez; $3.3M
- Enrique Hernandez; $5.5M
- Max Muncy; $4.6M
- Joc Pederson; $8.5M
- Ross Stripling; $2.3M
- Corey Seager; $7.1M
- Chris Taylor; $5.0M
- Julio Urias; $1.7M
Veteran reliever Yimi Garcia was not tendered a contract and became a free agent, leaving the roster at 39.
Yimi Garcia was non-tendered. He was the only one for the Dodgers.
The Dodgers tended contracts to: Cody Bellinger, Pedro Baez, Kiké Hernández, Max Muncy, Joc Pederson, Ross Stripling, Corey Seager, Chris Taylor, and Julio Urías.
— Jorge Castillo (@jorgecastillo) December 3, 2019
As noted by MLB.com, players tendered contracts have more than a month to work out new deals with their teams before exchanging arbitration figures on January 10, after which they can still work out a deal or…