The deadline for Major League Baseball teams and arbitration eligible players to exchange figures has passed, with many of the players and teams reportedly avoiding the process by agreeing to deals.

Bryce Harper leads the list of the MLB players to avoid arbitration, after coming together with the Nationals on a deal worth $13.625 million, according to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports.

Harper, a four-time All-Star, posted a .243 batting average with 24 home runs and 86 RBI in 147 games last season.

The 24-year-old was named National League MVP in 2015 and won the NL's Rookie of the Year Award in 2012.

Here are the other players avoiding arbitration:

Manny Machado + Orioles

Jackie Bradley Jr + Red Sox


Arrieta + Cubs

AJ Ramos + Marlins


Danny Valencia + Mariners

Yasmani Grandal + Dodgers

Leonis Martin + Mariners

Danny Salazar + Indians


Alex Wilson + Tigers


Kevin Kiermaier + Rays

Zach McAllister + Indians

Xavier Cedeno + Rays

Travis d'Arnaud + Mets

Tim Beckham + Rays

Billy Hamilton + Reds

 Jordy Mercer + Pirates

Didi Gregorius + Yankees

Hector Santiago + Twins

Kole Calhoun + Angels

Corey Dickerson + Rays

Rondon + Cubs

Norris + Nationals

Roark + Nationals

Todd Frazier + White Sox

Sonny Gray + Athletics

Tony Cingrani + Reds

Matt Shoemaker + Angels