Red Sox avoid arbitration with three players

The Red Sox have avoided salary arbitration with three of their four remaining players who were eligible, the team announced Friday.

Outfielder Mike Carp, pitcher Junichi Tazawa, and infielder Jonathan Herrera all settled before having to exchange arbitration figures; today is the deadline for sides to exchange figures. Andrew Miller is the Red Sox’ only remaining arbitration-eligible player.

According to Joel Sherman of the New York Post, Carp agreed to a $1.4 million deal for 2014 while Herrera signed for $1.3 million and Tazawa agreed to a $1.275 million deal.

Earlier this week, the Red Sox and righthander Burke Badenhop agreed to a one-year, $2.15 million deal.

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