It is $500k, with $87,500 in incentives based on plate appearances. He gets $12,500 for 100 PAs and $25k each for 150, 250 and 350 PAs. Those might be hard to reach considering he still has an option and isn’t a lock to make the roster. It probably depends on the Dodgers not re-signing Manny and not signing any other veteran OFs. Interestingly, the incentives on this deal are identical to the incentives from the deal he signed last year when he was arbitration-eligible for the first time. He didn’t reach any of them because he spent most of the year in the minors. So the only difference is the base is $12,500 more than it was last year.