Yankees reach deal to avoid arbitration with Boone Logan

The Yankees have finalized a deal with their last arbitration eligible player as they have reached a agreement with Boone Logan on a one-year $1.875 million contract, according to an AP report.

Headed to arbitraton, Logan proposed a $2.1 million deal while he countered with $1.7 million. This deal is right in the middle, but includes a $25K bonus if he appears in at least 55 games this season.

Logan will likely be the Yankees primary reliever next season with Hideki Okajima and Cesar Cabral getting a chance to be the second lefty out of the pen.

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