The Phillies continue to keep their nucleus intact.
Before Monday's 11:59 p.m. deadline to tender contracts to their players who were eligible for salary arbitration, the Phils moved to retain all five players.
They agreed to a one-year, $900,000 contract with infielder Kevin Frandsen. The deal includes performance bonuses.
Frandsen, 31, earned $850,000 last season, when he batted .234.
The Phillies also tendered contracts to all four of their remaining arbitration-eligible players: righthander Kyle Kendrick, lefthander Antonio Bastardo, first baseman-outfielder John Mayberry Jr., and centerfielder Ben Revere.
Players who were not tendered contracts by the deadline became free agents. If the Phillies and any of the players cannot come to terms, their salaries will be decided in arbitration.