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Brewers reach deal with Axford, 2 others

7:58 PM, Jan. 18, 2013  |  Comments
Milwaukee Brewers pitcher John Axford reacts after giving up a 2-run home run to Washington Nationals right fielder Michael Morse July 29, 2012.
Milwaukee Brewers pitcher John Axford reacts after giving up a 2-run home run to Washington Nationals right fielder Michael Morse July 29, 2012.
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MILWAUKEE - The Milwaukee Brewers have agreed to one-year contracts with John Axford and two other right-handers, avoiding arbitration.

Axford will be paid $5 million this season after earning $525,000 last year. Agreements were also reached with Marco Estrada, who will be paid $1,955,000 after making $486,000 last season, and Burke Badenhop, who will get $1.55 million after earning $1.1 million last season.

The deals Friday left the Brewers with no players in salary arbitration.

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