PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Outfielders Domonic Brown and Ben Revere have both avoided arbitration and agreed to one-year deals with the Phillies on Friday. The move was announced by assistant general manager Scott Proefrock.

Brown will earn $2.5 million for the upcoming season while Revere will earn $4.1 million.

Revere, 26, hit .306 in 2014 and finished fifth in the National League in batting. He also finished tied for first in the NL in hits with 184 and third in stolen bases with 49. Revere is hitting .306 in his two seasons with the Phillies and has primarily served in the leadoff spot in the lineup.

Brown, 27, hit .235 last season in 144 games for the Phillies. Brown hit 10 home runs and drove in 63 runs. Brown was selected to the National League All-Star team in 2013.

With the moves, the Phillies have no more arbitration eligible players.