The Los Angeles Dodgers signed Trea Turner, Julio Urias and Caleb Ferguson to avoid arbitration with each for the 2022 regular season.

Cody Bellinger and the Dodgers came to terms prior to the MLB lockout. All four of the players were signed to a one-year contract.

Turner reportedly agreed to a $21 million salary, Bellinger is receiving $17 million, Urias settled at $8 million, and Ferguson will earn $762,500.

Turner exceeded the salary projection by MLB Trade Rumors ($19.8 million), so did Bellinger ($16.1 million) despite his down season,

Ferguson ($700,000) as he tries to rebound from missing all of 2021 while recovering from Tommy John surgery.

Urias fell shy of his salary projection ($8.8 million). Turner remains on track to reach free agency after the 2022 season.

The 28-year-old is coming off an MVP-caliber campaign in which he won the batting title and was named to the All-Star Game for the first time in his career.

Turner batted a combined .328/.375/.536 with 28 home runs, 107 runs scored, 77 RBI, 32 stolen bases and a 142 wRC+.

Turner became the seventh Dodgers player to win the National League batting title.