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Status update: The Diamondbacks’ 2019 arbitration-eligible players

Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Robbie Ray (38) gets a visit from catcher John Ryan Murphy, left, and shortstop Nick Ahmed (13) during the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Monday, Sept. 24, 2018, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

It’s so far been an offseason of breaking down the Arizona Diamondbacks’ roster and looking for flexibility.

General manager Mike Hazen traded Paul Goldschmidt to the St. Louis Cardinals, has remained open to potentially unloading other contracts such as ace Zack Greinke’s and non-tendered three players who at one time or another were key pieces to the D-backs’ success: infielder Chris Owings, pitcher Shelby Miller and reliever Brad Boxberger.

Eleven D-backs remain who are up for contract arbitration for their 2019 MLB seasons.

With the help of the Associated Press, which reported the dollar figures for each D-back, here is the status of each Arizona player entering the Friday, Jan. 11, deadline when arbitration figures must be exchanged.

Contracts agreed upon with arbitration-eligible players

RHP Taijuan Walker (2nd year arbitration eligible) — $5.025 million

3B Jake Lamb (2nd year) — $4.825 million

LHP Robbie Ray (2nd year) — $6.05 million

C John Ryan Murphy (1st year) — $900,000

LHP Andrew Chafin (2nd year) — $1.95 million

OF Steven Souza Jr. (2nd year) — $4.125 million

RHP Matt Andriese (1st year) — $920,000

OF David Peralta (2nd year) — $7 million

SS Nick Ahmed (2nd year) — $3.663 million

RHP Archie Bradley (1st year) — $1.83 million

LHP T.J. McFarland (2nd year) — $1.4 million

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