Mike Greenwell received the biggest contract in Boston Red Sox history, agreeing to a four-year deal worth approximately $12 million.

Greenwell, 27, had threatened to become a free agent after the 1992 season if he didn't get a multiyear deal this winter. He made $1,225,000 in 1990.Six other players in arbitration agreed to one-year deals, reducing the number remaining in arbitration to 64.

Cincinnati shortstop Barry Larkin more than doubled his salary to $2.1 million. Larkin, who made $835,000 in 1990, batted .301 in 1990 with seven homers and 67 RBIs.

Four right-hander pitchers also settled.

Kirk McCaskill doubled his salary, agreeing to a one-year contract with the California Angels worth $2.1 million. Mike Henneman tripled his salary when Detroit agreed to $1.1 million and Chris Bosio and Milwaukee agreed to $875,000. Right-hander Pete Smith and Atanta settled at $365,000.

Outfielder Otis Nixon and Montreal settled at $585,000.