The Rays have signed utility man Brandon Lowe to a six-year contract, the team announced Wednesday. The initial report on the deal from The Athletic said it will guarantee the 24-year-old $24 million and also includes two team options. Astros, Alex Bregman agree to 6-year, $100 million extension, report says Tampa Bay is coming off a year in which it won 90 games with a payroll of $79.9 million, according to Spotrac. The Rays had just two players making more than $4 million on the season. Related News They have expanded this year as they will pay Charlie Morton $15 million and Kevin Kiermaier $8.17 million. Angels sign Mike Trout to 12-year extension [email protected]_n_Lowe5 is 🔒’ed up!#RaysUp pic.twitter.com/HB9r79WvkP— Tampa Bay Rays (@RaysBaseball) March 20, 2019Lowe, 24, has 129 career at-bats in MLB, but he has the ability to play both the infield and the outfield. He has a career .281/.374/.465 slash line in the minor leagues.