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13 January 2018, 05:34 | Charlene Valdez
Bryce Harper to the Cubs? Count Kris Bryant
According to, Wilson agreed to a $4.25 million deal with the Cubs to avoid salary arbitration. The Cubs' superstar third baseman is set to receive a record deal for a first-year arbitration eligible contract with $10.85 million in 2018.
The previous mark was held by Ryan Howard, who was awarded $10 million by a three-person panel in 2008, the Philadelphia first baseman's first year of eligibility for arbitration.
Bryant hit.295 with 29 home runs and 73 RBIs in 2017. As a whole last season, which was split between the Cubs and Tigers, the seasoned southpaw tallied a 3.41 ERA, 80 strikeouts and 35 walks. He's likely to be one of baseball's hottest commodities within coming years, the Cubs are doing everything they can to keep him in Chicago.
Left-handed reliever Justin Wilson, who struggled with command after being acquired in a trade from Detroit in July, settled for $4.25 million.
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