Sports Report: Orioles, Machado agree to $16M deal

01:36  13 january  2018
01:36  13 january  2018 Source:   thescore.com

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Manny Machado and the Baltimore Orioles avoided arbitration after all. The Orioles and Machado reportedly reached agreement on a Baltimore appeared to be headed for a hearing with its star third baseman earlier Friday when it was reported the sides had failed to come to terms on a deal for the

Per MLB .com's Mark Feinsand , Machado and the Orioles agreed to terms on a $ 16 million deal for 2018 that also includes awards incentives. Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reported on Thursday the Arizona Diamondbacks remain in conversation with the Orioles about the 25-year-old, though no deal

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Manny Machado and the Baltimore Orioles avoided arbitration after all.

The Orioles and Machado reportedly reached agreement on a $16-million contract for the 2018 season on Friday, according to Mark Feinsand of MLB.com.

The contract also apparently contains unspecified incentives based on Machado winning awards this season, per Feinsand.

Baltimore appeared to be headed for a hearing with its star third baseman earlier Friday when it was reported the sides had failed to come to terms on a deal for the coming season. However,

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