Dodgers win arbitration case against Beimel
Beimel asked for a raise from $425,000 to $1.25 million at Friday's hearing. The Dodgers countered at $912,500. One of the two figures must be chosen, and the three arbitrators decided on the club's offer.
A left-hander who turns 30 in April, Beimel was 2-1 with a 2.96 ERA and two saves in 62 appearances last season.
Owners won four of six cases last year and lead players 271-200 since arbitration began in 1974.
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