Found January 12, 2012 on
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The Milwaukee Brewers have avoided salary arbitration with Manny Parra, agreeing to a one-year deal with the left-hander on Thursday.
The deal calls for Parra to make $1.2 million next season.
Parra missed all of last season because of back and elbow injuries. He went 3-10 with a 5.02 ERA in 42 games (16 starts) in 2010.
The Brewers had already agreed to a one-year deal with outfielder Carlos Gomez earlier in the day.
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