The Philadelphia Phillies announced Friday that they have avoided salary arbitration with center fielder Ben Revere.

Revere agreed to a one-year, $1.95 million contract, which includes award bonuses. Revere originally requested $2.425 million, while the Phillies offered $1.4 million.

In 2013, Revere his .305 with 0 home runs, 22 steals and a .691 OPS. He only played in 88 games though as he broke his foot in mid-July.

The Phillies recently avoided arbitration with right-hander Kyle Kendrick, left-hander Antonio Bastardo and outfielder John Mayberry Jr. All of their players eligible for salary arbitration have been signed.