Feb 10, 2011, 5:17 PM EST
That figure is $125,000 above the midpoint and Scott gets a $2.35 million raise after hitting .284 with 27 homers and a .902 OPS in 131 games last season.
Vladimir Guerrero and Derrek Lee arriving in Baltimore means Scott will likely see most of his action in left field after serving as the Orioles’ primary designated hitter last year. Scott’s raw numbers have benefited from sitting against many tough left-handers, but among all left-handed hitters with at least 600 games since 2006 his .869 OPS ranks 11th.
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