The Astros and right-handed reliever Chris Devenski agreed upon a yearlong arrangement for 2019, with a club option to’20, the team announced on Monday.

The club failed to disclose the terms of the deal. A source told ’s Mark Feinsand which Devenski will make $1.525 million in 2019, and also the club option will be worth $2.625 million.

The Astros and right-handed reliever Chris Devenski agreed upon a yearlong arrangement for 2019, with a club option to’20, the team announced on Monday.

The club failed to disclose the terms of the deal. A source told ’s Mark Feinsand which Devenski will make $1.525 million in 2019, and also the club option will be worth $2.625 million.

The bottom amount at the club option might grow to $2.725 million in case Devenski appears in 50 games in’1-9, to $2.825 million when he appears in 60 games or to $2.925 million when he appears in 6-8 games, according to MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal, that was to report the deal.

Devenski, 28, had inquired for $1.65 million in his first year of arbitration eligibility, and also the Astros offered $1.4 million prior to this settlement to avoid arbitration.

Devenski had a breakout season in 2017, also posting a 2.68 ERA (153 ERA+) and 32 percent strike out rate in 62 appearances for Houston. He did not possess that kind of success last year, finishing with a 4.18 ERA in 50 looks.

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