The Arizona Diamondbacks and Los Angeles Dodgers have agreed to minor league deals with catcher A.J. Pollock and outfielder Andrew Benintendi, reports Jon Heyman of CBS Sports (on Twitter).

Benintendis will play for Triple-A Louisville this season.

Pollocks will spend the entire season with Triple-E Omaha, where he’s played in six games.

Polls contract will include incentives and performance-based incentives.

It is not known whether Polls deal includes incentives for hitting, playing defense or fielding. 

Benintendi is eligible for free agency after the season. 

Both Polls and Benintendos contract is not guaranteed and will not be guaranteed for at least two years. 

The Dodgers also have two minor league signings on the books: outfielder Domingo Santana, who has played in nine games with Triple