Dodgers, Proctor reach one-year deal
LOS ANGELES -- Reliever Scott Proctor agreed to terms on a one-year contract for $1.115 million on Sunday, leaving the Dodgers with Joe Beimel as their only remaining arbitration-eligible player.
Proctor, 30, had been asking for $1.3 million, with the Dodgers offering $930,000. He earned $445,923 last year, when he appeared in 52 games for the Yankees and 31 games after being acquired by the Dodgers.
Beimel is seeking $2.125 million and the Dodgers are offering $1.7 million. Last year, Beimel was the only Dodgers player to reach a hearing. He lost and was awarded $912,500 instead of the $1.25 million he sought.
Ken Gurnick is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.