In his first year of arbitration eligibility, Red Sox third baseman Rafael Devers agreed to a $4,575,000 contract. Michael Dwyer/Associated Press

BOSTON — A person with knowledge of the terms says the Red Sox have agreed to a $4,575,000, one-year deal with third baseman Rafael Devers that avoided salary arbitration..

The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because details have not been announced by the team.

Devers, 24, had a breakout season in 2019, when he batted .311 with 32 homers and 115 RBI, leading the majors with 54 doubles and 359 total bases and finishing 12th in the AL MVP voting.

But last year was a setback: He hit .263 while committing 14 errors at third base – the most in the majors. Devers earned $256,481 prorated of a $692,500 salary last season.

The Red have come to terms will all their arbitration-eligible players this offseason. In December, Boston agreed to one-year contracts with left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez ($8.3 million) right-handers Matt Barnes ($4.5 million), Ryan Brasier ($1.25 million) and Austin Brice ($870,000) and catcher Kevin Plawecki ($1.6 million).

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