LOS ANGELES (AP) - The Dodgers and catcher A.J. Ellis have avoided arbitration, agreeing to a one-year contract.
The team announced the deal Saturday.
Los Angeles has yet to settle with arbitration-eligible closer Kenley Jansen. He is seeking $5.5 million and was offered $3.5 million after earning $512,000 last year. Earlier this month, the Dodgers and star pitcher Clayton Kershaw agreed on a $215 million, seven-year deal.
Ellis drove in 52 runs last season, his second as the team's starting catcher.

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