Dodgers, James Loney agree to $4.8M

Updated: February 11, 2011, 5:56 PM ET
By Tony Jackson | ESPNLosAngeles.com

The Los Angeles Dodgers resolved their last pending arbitration case on Friday, agreeing to terms with James Loney on a one-year, $4.875 million contract a week before the club was scheduled to go to a hearing with the first baseman.

Loney receives a raise of $1.775 million from his 2010 salary of $3.1 million. The sides settled $100,000 below the midpoint between the arbitration numbers filed by Loney ($5.25 million) and by the club ($4.7 million).

Loney is coming off his most ...

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