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Twins avoid arbitration with Brian Deunsing, Jordan Schafer

Minnesota has now settled with all six of its arbitration-eligible players for 2015.

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Over the weekend it was announced that the Twins settled with both of their arbitration-eligible players who hadn't yet signed their one-year contracts. Brian Duensing and Jordan Schafer hadn't been able to find a happy midway point when the other four eligibles had, but that has now changed.

Duensing, who had filed for $3.1 million as the team countered with $2.4 million, settled at $2.7 million with was $50,000 below the midpoint. MLB Trade Rumos and Matt Swartz had estimated a $2.5 million salary for Duensing in 2015.

Schafer had filed for $1.7 million as the team countered with $1.4 million, and both sides settled at the midway point of $1.55 million. He was estimated to receive $1.5 million.

For a full run-down of Minnesota and their arbitration figures, be sure to check out our Twins arbitration tracker. We'll post an updated look at the team's 2015 salary obligations later this morning.