WASHINGTON — avoided arbitration on Friday with third-baseman Anthony Rendon and short stop Trea Turner as they agreed to terms with all but two of their five players that were eligible. The team was not ready to reach a deal with either reliever or outfielder Michael A. Taylor, who may now go to a hearing loss, a source told to .

Rendon, who’s in his last year of arbitration eligibility and can become a free agent after the 20-19 season, will reportedly get $18.8 million per year, according to USA Today. Although they weren’t able to reach a deal with either Taylor or Barraclough on Fridaythey are expected to keep on negotiations ahead of February hearings.

WASHINGTON — avoided arbitration on Friday with third-baseman Anthony Rendon and short stop Trea Turner as they agreed to terms with all but two of their five players that were eligible. The team was not ready to reach a deal with either reliever or outfielder Michael A. Taylor, who may now go to a hearing loss, a source told to .

Rendon, who’s in his last year of arbitration eligibility and can become a free agent after the 20-19 season, will reportedly get $18.8 million next season, according to USA Today. Although they couldn’t reach a deal with either Taylor or Barraclough on Fridaythey are expected to keep on negotiations ahead of February hearings.

Typically, that attempt to settle all their arbitration contracts and have not been to a hearing since 2015, together with reliever Jerry Blevins. They finished up trading Blevins to before that season began.

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Rendon is coming off the next stellar year in 2018, posting a dip line at .308/.374/.535 together using 6.3 Wins Above Replacement, per FanGraphs, to earn some down ballot aid from the voting to the National League Most Valuable Player award; he also finished 11th.

Rendon’s case was perhaps most notable for Washington since he and the team last to take part in negotiations to lock him to some long-term extension as they will have a lot of times throughout the last calendar year. Nats general director Mike Rizzo said that the team has long an offer in years past and at the Winter Meetings, he said Washington expected to continue to do so. Meanwhile, Rendon has said he would be amenable to signing an extension with . The two sides have still yet to find common ground, but can continue to negotiate with a contract of any size after Friday.

Complicating things for today is ’ pursuit of . Until Washington knows what Harper’s future holds and whether the team might be registering him to a record-breaking contract, it’s difficult to see the way that it would arrange a extension together with Rendon.

Back in 20-19, he played all 162 matches and was worth 4.8 Wins Above Replacement, earning him that the pay bump.

Before Friday, reached a deal with Joe Ross, the club projected fifth newcomer coming off Tommy John surgery, to cover $1 million next season and settled together with left-hander Sammy Solis earlier this offseason to pay him $850,000 to the up coming season.

Taylor, whose production took a step back in 2018, is currently in his 2nd year of qualification. He published a meager .644 OPS last season and lost playing down the stretch. This marks Barraclough’s very first year of eligibility after acquired him from the Marlins that this offseason.