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Cincinnati.com Feb 19, 2015
Johnny Cueto wants to stay, but it will cost Reds

Johnny Cueto wants to stay, but it will cost Reds

Johnny Cueto would like to remain a Red, but he says it's out of his hands.         
Rotoworld Feb 15, 2015

Reds still looking to lock up Cueto long-term - Johnny Cueto (S) Cincinnati Reds

Reds general manager Walt Jocketty indicated that the club is still attempting to sign Johnny Cueto to a long-term contract extension.
KFFL Feb 15, 2015

Reds | Johnny Cueto could be moved if no deal

Cincinnati Reds SP Johnny Cueto could be on the trade block near the trade deadline ...
Red Reporter Feb 10, 2015

Can the Reds possibly afford to sign Johnny Cueto?

Despite a glut of players potentially dropping off the payroll after 2015, there still may not be enough in the banana stand to sign the Reds' pending free agent starters. Over the last 863 innings he has pitched, Johnny Cueto owns a 2.73 ERA, 1.11 WHIP, a stupid good 143 ERA+, and a pair of Top 5 finishes in the National League Cy Young Award voting.  He turns 29 in a week, and if things hold true to form, he'll be a free agent at the end of the 2015 season. Over the last 817.1 innings Max Scherzer has pitched, he's posted a 3.52 ERA, 1.19 WHIP, a rock solid 117 ERA+, and a pair of Top 5...
Red Reporter Feb 6, 2015

Red Reposter - To keep, or not to keep Johnny Cueto

Some Friday afternoon links to help kill those last few hours before your weekend. The biggest news in Cincinnati Reds land is that there is no news in Cincinnati Reds land, but with a tight-lipped GM who has no cash to work with that's pretty much what you'd expect for the status quo.  The closest we've heard about anything substantial came from an interview with Walt Jocketty on MLB Network's Hot Stove yesterday in which he said "we'll never say 'never'" when it comes to trying to re-sign Shin-Soo Choo before he hits free agency.  I'm kidding, but not really.  Jocketty actually dropped...
Cincinnati.com Jan 31, 2015
Can Cueto fit in the Reds' price range?

Can Cueto fit in the Reds' price range?

There will be Brinks trucks full of money for Cueto         
Red Reporter Jan 30, 2015

Red Reposter - Finally Friday Edition

It's Friday. The weekend is almost here. Let's link up, shall we? It's still the 2015 MLB Off-Season, but most of the wheelin', dealin', whinin' and dinin' has completed. So, AJ Cassavell over at Sports on Earth and MLB.com decided it was time to wax poetic on 2016 biggest (possible) free agents. Dang. The 2015 season still seems like many miles away, can we just hold up for a second? As you'll see, the most notable member of the list is everyone's favorite ace, Johnny Cueto. This is both exciting and depressing because, "Hell yeah Johnny Cueto is number one," and "Oh no Johnny Cueto is a...
Cincinnati.com Jan 30, 2015
MLB Network ranks Cueto, Votto among top 10

MLB Network ranks Cueto, Votto among top 10

MLB Network says Joey Votto is the fourth-best first baseman in baseball and Johnny Cueto is the sixth-best starter.         
Red Reporter Jan 26, 2015

Reds close to locking up Mesoraco

Devin Mesoraco is up for arbitration for the first time this offseason. Tim Dierkes at MLB Trade Rumors is reporting that the team is working on a deal with their All Star catcher to skip that process in a big way. Details are scarce right now. All we know is that it's rumored to be a "multiyear extension." At minimum, that means the Reds are buying out his next two arbitration years. Slow news day or not, though, it's probably a bigger a bigger deal than that to merit its own post. One way they might go is the Johnny Cueto route and grab one of his post-arbitration years. Cueto signed a...

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