Indians, Cody Allen avoid arbitration

Cleveland Indians outfielder Lonnie Chisenhall reached agreement with the club on a one-year $5.587 million deal

Cleveland Indians outfielder Lonnie Chisenhall reached agreement with the club on a one-year $5.587 million deal

Earlier this week, Cleveland also avoided arbitration with closer Cody Allen, agreeing to a one-year, $10.575 million contract.

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The Cleveland Indians have signed outfielder, and former Pitt Community College standout, Lonnie Chisenhall to a one-year $5.587 million deal allowing both parties to avoid arbitration. Following the offseason departure of Bruce, as well as that of first baseman Carlos Santana, Chisenhall figures to factor more prominently into the Indians plans this season, thanks to his versatility. The Indians' proposal was for $5.3 million, Heyman tweeted.

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Cleveland also reached agreement with reliever Zach McAllister on a $2.45 million contract. The club failed to get an agreement before the deadline with starter Trevor Bauer, who won 17 games last season for the AL Central champions. Bauer is asking for $6.25 million, while the Indians are offering $5.3 million. Arbitrators will begin holding hearings on January 29.

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Salazar, who is coming off an inconsistent and injury-slowed 2017, will make $5 million next season. But the right-hander spent time on the disabled list with elbow and shoulder injuries. Despite those issues, Salazar averaged 12.7 strikeouts per nine innings, second to only Boston's Chris Sale (12.9) among pitchers with at least 100 innings.

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