The positive way to look at this is that Dubi will be under contract no later than early August. The negative way to look at this is that arbitration isn’t a fun process and could mangle the relationship that the two sides have. It’s hard to feel good about the people who you play for when they come to a conference room to say that you aren’t as good as you think you are and don’t deserve the money that you want. Hopefully Dubi and the Rangers can come to terms on a long-term deal before the hearing.
More on the arbitration process, here.