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Orioles, Manny Machado Agree To $16M Deal For 2018

January 12, 2018
This story has been updated since its original publication.

The Orioles and infielder Manny Machado reached agreement on a $16 million contract for 2018. The news was first reported by and confirmed by an industry source.
Machado and relievers Zach Britton and Brad Brach, all of whom are eligible for free agency after this season, reached agreements on 2018 salaries Jan. 12.
Britton, who who is recovering from surgery to repair a torn right Achilles tendon, reached agreement for a $12 million salary this season. Brach will receive $5.165 million including incentives.
The Britton and Brach news was reported by and confirmed by industry sources.  
Shortstop Tim Beckham and catcher Caleb Joseph have also reached agreement, according to Beckham's deal is for $3.35 million and Joseph's is for $1.25 million.
Right-hander Kevin Gausman and second baseman Jonathan Schoop have yet to reach agreement on salaries for 2018.
A year ago, Brach took the Orioles to arbitration and won his case, making $3.05 million while Joseph lost his case and made $700,000.
Last year, Gausman settled just before his case was scheduled for a hearing and made $3.45 million. Schoop made $3.475 million, and Beckham, who is in his first year of arbitration eligibility, made $885,000 in 2017. 

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