The Milwaukee Brewers came to terms on one-year deals with all three of their arbitration-eligible players, agreeing to deals with shortstop Jean Segura and pitchers Wily Peralta and Will Smith.
Teams and players had until noon Friday to reach agreements or exchange numbers for possible hearings in February.
Each player made just over the minimum salary last season and will see significant pay raises.
Will Smith’s salary nearly tripled to $1.475 million. Segura’s salary jumps from $534,000 to $2.6 million. Peralta goes from $525,500 to $2.8 million.
The 26-year-old Peralta has been in the starting rotation for three-plus seasons, posting a 35-37 record and a 4.02 ERA in 90 games.
Smith has compiled an 8-5 record and 3.21 ERA in 154 appearances.
Segura, who turned down a $38 million, six-year extension offer in the spring of 2014, has been the starter at shortstop for more than three years. In 479 games, he has hit .266.