Red Sox avoid arbitration with all eligible players ahead of 2023 season

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The Boston Red Sox have officially avoided arbitration with all eligible players ahead of the 2023 MLB season.

They avoided arbitration with five players on Friday: outfielder Alex Verdugo, right-hander Nick Pivetta, infielder Christian Arroyo, right-hander Ryan Brasier, and catcher Reese McGuire. The Boston Globe's Alex Speier shared the financial details for each player.

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Left-hander Josh Taylor and the Red Sox avoided arbitration with a $1.025 million deal on Thursday. The club avoided arbitration with outfielder Rob Refsnyder by signing him for $1.6 million in November.

Star third baseman Rafael Devers signed a $17.5 million deal for 2023 to avoid arbitration before inking a 10-year, $331 million contract extension a day later.