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Apr 17, 2014
Rotoworld
Jason Kipnis was ejected from Thursday's game against the Tigers after a third-inning strikeout.
Apr 14, 2014
KFFL
Cleveland Indians 2B Jason Kipnis opened with a double to extend his hitting streak at ...
Plain Dealer Apr 4, 2014

Cleveland Indians, Jason Kipnis closing in on contract extension

It's believed the Indians are close to signing Jason Kipnis to a contract extension. They could make the annoucement today before the home opener against the Twins.
Plain Dealer Apr 4, 2014

Third time proves to be a (more expensive) charm for contract talks between Jason Kipnis and the Cleveland Indians

Kipnis tells cleveland.com that the deal could have been done last year or two - at less cost - if the Indians had come up a couple million dollars.
News-Herald Apr 4, 2014
Cleveland Indians sign Kipnis to 6-year contract extension

Cleveland Indians sign Kipnis to 6-year contract extension

The Indians have signed second baseman Jason Kipnis to a six-year $52.5 million contract extension. The new deal runs through the 2019 season, and it includes a club option for 2020.Kipnis becomes the third Indians player to agree to a contract extension this spring. Outfielder Michael Brantley signed a four-year $25 million deal and catcher Yan Gomes agreed to a six-year $23 million extension.

Indians get Jason Kipnis at a bargain on six-year, $52 million deal

Jason Kipnis hit .284/.366/.452 last season for the Indians in 658 plate appearances. (Ben Margot/AP) The Indians announced Friday morning that they have signed second baseman Jason Kipnis to a six-year, $52.5 million extension with an team option for the 2020 season. In doing so, they have locked up their best player through his age-33 season, […]
Columbus Dispatch Apr 4, 2014

MLB: Indians, Kipnis agree to contract extension

CLEVELAND (AP) — The Indians have signed All-Star second baseman Jason Kipnis to a six-year, $52.5 million contract extension hours before playing their home opener against Minnesota.
Sacramento Bee Apr 4, 2014
Indians, Kipnis agree to contract extension

Indians, Kipnis agree to contract extension

The Indians have signed All-Star second baseman Jason Kipnis to a six-year, $52.5 million contract extension hours before playing their home opener against Minnesota. Cleveland Indians' Jason Kipnis scores on a groundout by Michael Brantley against the Oakland Athletics during the seventh inning of a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Wednesday, April 2, 2014. Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis is congratulated after scoring against the Oakland Athletics in the ninth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, April 2, 2014, in Oakland, Calif. Kipnis scored on a single by Carlos...
Akron Beacon Journal Apr 4, 2014

Indians sign Jason Kipnis to six-year deal worth $52 million

The Indians wrapped up another important part of their future Friday morning with the announcement of the signing of second baseman Jason Kipnis to a six-year, $52 million contract extension. The deal includes a club option for 2020.Kipnis and General Manager Chris Antonetti will meet the media during a 10:30 a.m. press conference at Progressive Field as part of the Indians’ home opening festivities.Kipnis, who celebrated his 27th birthday Thursday, was selected to his first All-Star Game last season, only his second full year in the major leagues. He hit .284 and led the Indians in hits...
Akron Beacon Journal Apr 4, 2014

Indians sign second baseman Jason Kipnis to a long term contract extension

The Indians gave second baseman Jason Kipnis a belated birthday gift to remember Friday morning, annoucing his contract extension with the press release below. Check back a little later today for more reaction, as Kipnis and Indians General Manager Chris Antonetti have a morning press conference scheduled. The Indians signed second baseman Jason Kipnis to a six-year contract extension thru the 2019 season with a club option for 2020. Kipnis, who turned 27 Thursday, is coming off his first American League All-Star selection in 2013, hitting .284 (160-564) while leading the 2013 AL Wild...
Akron Beacon Journal Apr 4, 2014

Indians sign Jason Kipnis to six-year contract extension

The Indians wrapped up another important part of their future Friday morning with the announcement of the signing of second baseman Jason Kipnis to a six-year, $52 million contract extension. The deal includes a club option for 2020. Kipnis and general manager Chris Antonetti will meet the media during a 10:30 a.m. press conference at Progressive Field as part of the Indians' home opening festivities. Kipnis, who celebrated his 27th birthday Thursday, was selected to his first All-Star Game last season, only his second full year in the major leagues. He hit .284 and led the Indians in...
KFFL Apr 4, 2014

Indians | Jason Kipnis update

Updating an immediate report, Cleveland Indians 2B Jason Kipnis received a $1 million signing bonus ...
KFFL Apr 4, 2014

Indians | Jason Kipnis signs extension

The Cleveland Indians signed 2B Jason Kipnis to a six-year, $52.5 million extension with a ...
Plain Dealer Apr 1, 2014

Will Jason Kipnis follow Yan Gomes and sign extension with Cleveland Indians?

The Indians made it official Monday by annoncing that catcher Yan Gomes had signed a six-year $23 milion extension. Could Jason Kipnis be next?
Plain Dealer Apr 1, 2014
Justin Masterson's value, Jason Kipnis' contract talks and Yan Gomes' future: Zack Meisel's 5 observations

Justin Masterson's value, Jason Kipnis' contract talks and Yan Gomes' future: Zack Meisel's 5 observations

Will the Indians lock up Jason Kipnis to a long-term extension? Should they give Justin Masterson a long-term deal? How does the deal with Yan Gomes benefit the team?
KFFL Apr 1, 2014

Indians | Jason Kipnis talks still going?

Cleveland Indians 2B Jason Kipnis, who had offseason contract talks with the team, would not ...
Akron Beacon Journal Mar 29, 2014
2014 Indians preview: Underdog Jason Kipnis takes pride in ‘dirtbag’ moniker on his way to becoming leader

2014 Indians preview: Underdog Jason Kipnis takes pride in ‘dirtbag’ moniker on his way to becoming leader

Jason Kipnis has never minded getting down and dirty.As aggressive a base runner as he is a hitter, Kipnis, the Indians’ 5-foot-11 second baseman, rarely finishes a ballgame without patches of reddish-brown infield clay smudged across his uniform.Kipnis didn’t initially realize it at the time, but his conversion from outfield to infield four years ago not only afforded him more time in the dirt, but also set him on the path to break out as a major league All-Star and become one of the faces of the franchise as the 2014 season gets under way Monday night in Oakland.It’s fitting that...

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