From the Rays press release:
Soriano, who turns 30 on December 19, established career highs last season in saves (27 in 31 opportunities), innings pitched (75.2), appearances (77) and strikeouts (102) while issuing only 27 walks. Among all major league relief pitchers in 2009, he ranked second in strikeouts (behind Jonathan Broxton of the Los Angeles Dodgers), third with 12.13 strikeouts per nine innings, 10th in appearances and first with a .138 (20-for-145) opponents' batting average against right-handed hitters. Overall, Soriano held opponents to a .194 (53-for-273) batting average (12th lowest in the National League) and .153 (17-for-111) average with runners on base (fourth lowest in the majors).
Regardless of the money, Soriano is going to be fun to watch.