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This Day in Dodgers History
February 7th

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1987 For only the second time since the implementation of the rule, a player is forced to take less due to salary arbitration when Dodger pitcher Orel Hershiser signs for $800,000, a twenty-percent pay-cut. After winning the Cy Young Award and leading the team to a World Series championship next year, the right-hander will become the highest-paid player in the major leagues.

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