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Rotoworld Nov 10, 2014
CBS Sports' Jon Heyman was told be a rival executive that the Reds are listening to trade offers for Johnny Cueto, Mat Latos, Mike Leake and Alfredo Simon.
KFFL Nov 10, 2014
Cincinnati Reds SP Johnny Cueto is unlikely to be traded this offseason, even though the ...
Full Count | WEEI Nov 7, 2014
John Fay of the Cincinnati Enquirer, in an interview on WEEI’s Hot Stove Show, said that while he can imagine a scenario in which Reds starters Johnny Cueto and/or Mat Latos are dealt prior to the July 31 trade deadline in 2015, he does not expect either pitcher to be dealt this coming offseason. “I […]
Boston Herald Nov 7, 2014
With so much work to be done to re-arm the pitching staff, it’s possible the Red Sox will look to trade a few prized prospects for Philadelphia Phillies lefty Cole Hamels, Cincinnati Reds ace Johnny Cueto or some other big fish.Or maybe they’ll simply hold out for the biggest Fish.
Over the Monster Nov 6, 2014
Could the Red Sox get a legitimate ace in return for Yoenis Cespedes? Not without giving up quite a bit more in the process. The MLB offseason is here, but as always, it takes a while for the stove to heat up. Consequently, early November is a time of speculation and guesswork, leading to some interesting trade proposals popping up. Case in point: Dave Cameron's Cueto-for-Cespedes idea. If this jumps out as a wildly unbalanced trade, well, that's because it is, at least at face value. Johnny Cueto's last four seasons have been absolutely dominant. His ERA over that period is a measly 2.48...
Redleg Nation Nov 5, 2014
Dave Cameron outlines a hypothetical deal between the Reds and the Red Sox. The Reds would send Johnny Cueto and Sean Marshall to Boston for Yoenis Cespedes and a pitching prospect. The Reds receive a power-hitting left-fielder who they might be able to sign long-term (more likely than signing Cueto long-term), additional depth in young …
Fenway Nation Nov 5, 2014
Cueto (L), Cespedes (R)Dave Cameron of the authoritative FanGraphs.com website suggests an interesting—and mutually beneficial—deal between the Red Sox and Reds. Both Yoenis Cespedes and Johnny Cueto will become free agents after this season—at similar $10.5 million salaries in 2015. Great American Ballpark is perfect for right-handed power hitters like Cespedes, and Cueto is a legitimate top-of-the-rotation starter. Since Cueto has more value, Cameron suggests an expanded deal—perhaps a cheap Allen Webster going west for an expensive Cincinnati bullpen arm like Sean Marshall....
Redleg Nation Oct 29, 2014
Reports (Chris Cotillo) indicate the Reds made two roster moves today that surprised no one. First, the club picked up the option on Johnny Cueto’s 2015 contract, paying the starting pitcher $10 million this season. Absent a further negotiated extension, Cueto will become a free agent. Second, they declined Jack Hannahan’s $4 million option and instead …