By Ashley Dunkak
@AshleyDunkak

DETROIT (CBS DETROIT) – Of six arbitration-eligible players for the Detroit Tigers, three are now locked up. Per MLB.com’s Jason Beck, Andy Dirks, Austin Jackson and Rick Porcello have all come to terms with the Tigers.

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Porcello will get $8.5 million in 2014, Jackson will earn $6 million, and Dirks will receive $1.625 million.

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The 24-year-old Porcello won 13 games in 2013 and finished with a 4.32 ERA. Center fielder Austin Jackson hit .272 last season. Jackson’s most recent impression on fans was not a good one, striking out so often in the playoffs that then-manager Jim Leyland moved him from leadoff to the eighth spot, a role in which Jackson instantly hit better. Dirks, a left-handed left fielder, will be part of a platoon that also includes Don Kelly and newly acquired Rajai Davis.

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For the Tigers, remaining arbitration-eligible players are relief pitcher Al Alburquerque, catcher Alex Avila and starting pitcher Max Scherzer, who won 21 games and finished 2013 with a 2.90 ERA.