The Orioles on Thursday prevailed in an arbitration hearing with right-hander Brad Bergesen.
Bergesen, who went 2-7 with a 5.70 ERA in 101 innings, will be paid $800,000 in 2012 rather than the $1.2 million he sought.
Clubs have won three of five arbitration cases so far this winter. All hearings are held in St. Petersburg, Fla.
A swingman in 2011, Bergesen struck out 61 batters and walked 32.
The Orioles may go to another arbitration hearing if a deal can't be reached with outfielder Adam Jones, who's requesting $7.4 million. The team has offered $5 million. The date of that potential hearing is Feb. 17, according to MASN.
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