TAMPA, Fla. (AP) _ Outfielder Quinton McCracken and the Tampa Bay Devil Rays agreed Monday to a $1.85 million, one-year contract, matching his salary last season.

McCracken, who had been scheduled for an arbitration hearing Feb. 7, can earn an additional $350,000 in performance bonuses, getting the full amount if he has 550 plate appearances.

The 29-year-old outfielder missed most of last season because of a torn right knee ligament, hitting .250 with one homer, 18 RBIs and six steals in 148 at-bats.

He was hurt May 24 when he climbed the center-field wall trying to a catch a drive from Juan Gonzalez that went for a home run. He hit the wall awkwardly, collapsed and was taken off the field on a motorized cart.

McCracken had asked for $2.2 million in arbitration, and Tampa Bay had offered $1.85 million.

He was the last of three Devil Rays in arbitration to settle. Catcher Mike Defelice agreed to a $1.3 million, two-year contract, and right-hander Rick White agreed to a $610,000, one-year deal.