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The switch out: Cingrani for Arroyo
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The Reds signed Joey Votto to a 10 year contract extension worth $225M.
The total deal, including the remaining two years on his contract at the time: 12 years, $251.5M.
ESPN story that day: "Is it risky?" said owner Bob Castellini, who sought a lot of outside advice before signing off on the deal. "No doubt. That's the environment we live in, especially as a small market. We feel Joe will be a cornerstone."
Contract by year:
$20M team option for 2024 with $7M buyout. (Age 41)
The Switch Out:
In: Tony Cingrani
24 year old, LHP, DL last year, never pitched more than 150 innings in a season.
Out: Bronson Arroyo
37-year old RHP, 9 straight years of 30+ starts, 200+ innings in 8 of last 9 seasons.
LOS ANGELES, CA - JULY 28: Tony Cingrani #52 of the Cincinnati Reds throws a pitch against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium on July 28, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
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CINCINNATI – Sophomore Ian Happ (Pittsburgh, Pa./Mt. Lebanon) hit a walk-off two-run homerun in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift the University of Cincinnati baseball team to an 8-7 victory over Miami (Ohio) University on Tuesday night at Marge Schott Stadium. It was the second walk-off in as many wins for UC.
The Bearcats were down 7-0 in the sixth inning before scoring six runs in the frame to set up the game-ending heroics from Happ. With senior Justin Glass (Fort Wayne, Ind./Carroll) on second base with one out, Happ launched a ball off the scoreboard to give his team an 8-7 victory.
The Bearcats will look to carry the momentum of this win into another midweek game against Bowling Green State University on Wednesday night. The first pitch is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at Marge Schott Stadium.
Do you realize the Final Four semi-final games are not on CBS Saturday night?
For he first time ever the semi-finals will be on cable (TBS). Actually, CBS and Turner Sports are offering three broadcasts of each game, the regular broadcast and two "Teamcast" broadcasts, geared specifically to each team. I love this idea.
This week's national SI cover is Kentucky (specifically, Aaron Harrison's game-winner vs. Michigan) pic.twitter.com/7iMRBSGdqE— Luke Winn (@lukewinn) April 2, 2014
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