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Athletics Nation Dec 2, 2014

Athletics sign Ike Davis and Fernando Rodriguez, avoiding arbitration; Kyle Blanks and Andrew Brown non-tendered

The Oakland Athletics signed first baseman Ike Davis and right-handed relief pitcher Fernando Rodriguez to one-year deals, avoiding arbitration, the team announced. Davis signed for $3.8 million, according to MLB Daily Dish's Chris Cotillo, representing a $300,000 raise from his previous year's salary. The terms of the deal with Fernando Rodriguez have not been disclosed, but will probably not be significantly more than the $600,000 he earned last year. On four years, 155 days service time, Davis would have been entering his third arbitration cycle, as a previous Super-2 player....
Rotoworld Dec 2, 2014

A's avoid arbitration with Ike Davis - Ike Davis (1B) Oakland Athletics

Athletics and 1B Ike Davis avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year contract.
KFFL Dec 2, 2014

Athletics | Ike Davis avoids arbitration

Updating a previous report, Oakland Athletics 1B Ike Davis avoided arbitration with the team by ...
Athletics Nation Dec 1, 2014

Athletics trade rumors: Ike Davis at the non-tender deadline

Brandon Moss, Josh Reddick, and John Jaso are all players whose trade potential affects, and are affected by, Ike Davis' future with the Oakland Athletics organization. The deadline to tender contracts to players under team control (any player on the 40-man roster not under long-term contract with less than six years of service time) is Tuesday, December 2 at 9:00 pm Pacific Time. Execs predicting lots of small-deal movement in the next 24 hours, as non-tender candidates are swapped or DFA'd — Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) December 1, 2014 A's non-tender candidate: Ike...
San Jose Mercury News Nov 23, 2014

A's acquire Ike Davis from Pittsburgh Pirates

Oakland acquires first baseman Ike Davis and international bonus slot 86 from Pittsburgh Pirates in exchange for international bonus slot 27

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