The Twins have rewarded second baseman Brian Dozier for his breakout 2013 season.

Dozier has agreed to a $540,000 contract for his second full season in the major leagues, according to a person with direct knowledge. Dozier, who hit 18 homers last season, receives a raise of $42,500, an 8.5 percent increase over the $497,500 he made in 2013.

Dozier, 26, won't be eligible for salary arbitration until after the 2015 season.

Right-hander Vance Worley, last year's Opening Day starter, wasn't as fortunate after sagging to a 7.21 earned run average last season. He will make just $527,500 if he's in the majors this season; that's a raise of just $2,500.

All remaining pre-arbitration players are now under contract, the Twins announced Friday morning. The team did not announce any salary details.

Left-hander Scott Diamond, who is a likely Super 2 arbitration qualifier after this season, leads the way at $542,500. That's a 2.4 percent raise from the $530,000 he made last season as he came off a 12-win breakout in 2012.