Smart move on his part, as it wouldn’t have been in his best interest to take the club to a hearing considering he had a whopping 20 plate appearances in the big leagues last season. He gets a very modest raise of $12,500 in base salary, which is now $500k, which I believe he gets whether he is in the majors or the minors. There are also some plate-appearance bonuses that max out at $87,500 or $90,000 depending on which report you believe. I’m trying to run that down now. The other three eligibles, Broxton, Martin and Ethier, exchange arbitration numbers with the club tomorrow if they don’t sign today.