Rangers Avoid Arbitration With Mark Lowe

The Rangers avoided arbitration with reliever Mark Lowe, reports MLB.com's T.R. Sullivan.  Lowe, arbitration eligible for the second time, will earn $1.2MM in 2011 with a potential $100K in incentives.  The 27-year-old received a $5K raise after missing most of the season due to back surgery.  He came to the Rangers while on the disabled list in the July Cliff Lee trade.

Three other arbitration eligible players have also already signed in advance of Thursday's non-tender deadline: Scott Proctor, Wil Ledezma, and Jarrod Saltalamacchia.



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