The Phillies and left-handed reliever Antonio Bastardo agreed to a one-year, $1.4 million deal to avoid arbitration, assistant GM Scott Proefrock announced Friday.

With Bastardo signed, the Phillies have no more arbitration-eligible players. The team had three, but avoided arbitration with infielder Kevin Frandsen, signing him for $850,000 in early November, and non-tendered Nate Schierholtz, who has since signed with the Cubs.

Bastardo, 27, had a 4.33 ERA in 65 appearances last season, striking out a ridiculous 81 batters in 52 innings. But his 26 walks were too many, and he allowed 6.3 hits per nine innings after allowing just 4.3 the year before.

Bastardo was mostly unhittable in 2011, when he had a 0.79 ERA after 37 appearances and a 0.99 ERA as late as July 19. But an 8.71 ERA over his final 13 regular-season appearances with 20 baserunners in 10 innings was a worrisome sign to end the season.