First basemen Glenn Davis of Houston and Steve Balboni of Seattle each won salary arbitration cases.
Davis, who batted .271 with 30 homers and 99 RBI last season, was awarded $1.085 million for 1989 instead of the $875,000 offered by the Astros.Balboni will earn $800,000 insted of the $500,000 offered by the Mariners. He batted .251 with 21 homers and 61 RBI last season.
Three other players who had filed for arbitration settled with their clubs, including Kansas City Royals outfielder Danny Tartabull, who agreed to a one-year contract for $1.035 million. Tartabull batted .274 last season with 26 homers and 102 RBIs.
Outfielder Ivan Calderon agreed on a one-year contract with the Chicago White Sox for $320,000 and Milt Thompson agreed on a one-year contract for $455,000 with the St. Louis Cardinals.