Mets Agree On $1.6 Million Deal With Lucas Duda To Avoid Arbitration

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The Mets and Lucas Duda have agreed to a one-year deal worth $1.6375 million to avoid arbitration according to Joel Sherman of the New York Post.

Duda had requested a 2014 salary of $1.9 million, while the Mets had countered at $1.35 million.

Mets Arbitration Summary:

Lucas Duda - $1.6375 million
Dillon Gee - $3.625 million
Daniel Murphy – $5.7 million, $50,000 bonus for 500 plate appearances.
Ike Davis – $3.5 million
Bobby Parnell – $3.7 million, $50,000 bonus for 60 appearances.
Eric Young Jr, – $1.85 million
Ruben Tejada – $1.1 million

(Updated 1/22)

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