Los Angeles Times

Iglesias, Angels near deal, reports say

- Staff and wire reports

From the start of the offseason, Angels general manager Perry Minasian made one winter objective repeatedly clear.

The Angels wanted closer Raisel Iglesias back next season.

Turns out, the righthande­r could be in Anaheim for a lot longer than that.

On the eve of a likely lockout, the Angels and Iglesias agreed on a four-year contract worth $58 million, according to multiple media reports Tuesday.

The club had not made an official announceme­nt.

— Jack Harris

The Dodgers tendered one-year contracts to four of their five remaining arbitratio­n-eligible players before the non-tender deadline.

Julio Urías, Cody Bellinger, Trea Turner and Caleb Ferguson were offered deals.

Only left-handed reliever Andrew Vasquez, who was picked up Aug. 31 and appeared in two games for the Dodgers, wasn’t offered a contract. He became a free agent.

— Jorge Castillo

Javier Baez agreed to a $140-million, six-year contract with Detroit, giving the Tigers a dynamic bat for the middle of their order . ... Right-hander Michael

Lorenzen agreed to a $6.75million, one-year contract with the Angels . ... The Tampa Bay Rays signed reliever Brooks Raley to a $10-million, two-year contract with a club option for 2024 . ... Reliever Kendall

Graveman agreed to a $24million, three-year contract with the Chicago White Sox. ... Infielder Gio Urshela agreed to a $6.55-million, one-year contract with the

New York Yankees . ... The Chicago Cubs agreed to a $13-million, two-year contract with catcher Yan Gomes.

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