That's a wrap for the Phils' arbitration-eligible players. Bastardo and Kevin Frandsen (one year, $850,000) avoided arbitration and Nate Schierholtz was non-tendered.
Matt Swartz (MLBTradeRumors) had projected a salary of $1.1 million for Bastardo in 2013.
Bastardo finished 2012 strong, posting a 1.29 ERA and 27 strikeouts to just four walks over his final 14 innings. He had a 14.0 K/9, which was third among all relievers to Craig Kimbrel and Aroldis Chapman.
The problem was that batters started laying off his slider more, swinging at four percent less of his pitches outside the zone. His fastball velocity was also down to 91.8 mph from 92.5.
This was Bastardo's first year of arbitration eligibility. He is team-controlled through the end of 2015.
Bastardo is one of six left-handed relievers on the Phillies' 40-man roster. Jeremy Horst, Jake Diekman, Raul Valdes, Joe Savery and Mauricio Robles are the others.