The educated guess is he gets around $4M per for one or two years (the Rangers choice, from my understanding) from the arbitration award.
And that he either goes through something like this again next summer, or is eligible to become an unrestricted free agent in 2013 (if the current free agency rules remain in place in the new CBA).
Since we’ve already beaten this to death, let’s just wait and see what happens today.
Thanks for those who sent in topics they’d like to have discussed here in the dog days of summer. I think we’ll have plenty of slow days to get to all of them.
See youse later.
AP Photo, above.