The Twins on Friday reached one-year deals with all eight of their arbitration-eligible players, another step toward clearing up their 2019 payroll picture.
Jake Odorizzi will get $9.5 million in 2019 after making $6.3 last season. The righthanded starter, who was 7-10 with a 4.49 ERA in his first year with the Twins in 2018, won arbitration cases with Tampa Bay in each of the past two offseasons.
Fellow righthander Kyle Gibson, who made $4.2 million last season after losing in arbitration, will make $8.125 million this season.
Third baseman Miguel Sano, who made $463,000 in 2018, agreed for $2.65 million. His deal includes a $50,000 bonus for reaching 502 plate appearances.
Right fielder Max Kepler is set at $3.125 million, a raise from $587,000. Left fielder Eddie Rosario, who made $602,500 last season, will make $4.19 million this season after leading the club with 24 home runs and 77 RBI.
Two relievers, Taylor Rogers and Trevor May, also got new deals. Rogers will make $1.525 million after earning $565,000 last season; May will earn $900,000.
On Thursday, the Twins reached agreement with Byron Buxton on a one-year, $1.75 million deal. And the Twins had reached agreements with infielder Ehire Adrianza (for $1.3 million) and first baseman C.J. Cron ($4.8 million) earlier in the offseason.