9:22 PM EST, Wed February 10, 2016
Northwest Herald Feb 6, 2016

Arrieta agrees to deal

CHICAGO – Cubs ace Jake Arrieta has agreed to a $10.7 million, one-year contract, avoiding arbitration with the highest one-year deal for a pitcher with four years of major league service.

Cubs, Jake Arrieta still talking in advance of arbitration hearing

Cubs, Jake Arrieta still talking in advance of arbitration hearing

Salary gap is large, but Jake Arrieta still likely to settle

Salary gap is large, but Jake Arrieta still likely to settle

Pitcher Jake Arrieta asks for $13 million in arbitration; Chicago Cubs offer $7.5 million

Jake Arrieta, last year’s National League Cy Young Award winner, had the largest gap among 35 players who swapped proposed figures with their teams in salary arbitration. Arrieta asked for $13 million; the Chicago Cubs offered him $7.5 million.

Arrieta, Cubs $5.5 million apart in salary talks

Arrieta, Cubs $5.5 million apart in salary talks

Cubs settle with five, but not Jake Arrieta

Cubs settle with five, but not Jake Arrieta

Cy Young winner Jake Arrieta awaits 2016 contract while preparing Cubs encore

Cy Young winner Jake Arrieta awaits 2016 contract while preparing Cubs encore

As Jake Arrieta files for arbitration, question is when a long-term deal might come

As Jake Arrieta files for arbitration, question is when a long-term deal might come

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