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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...
Red Reporter Jan 22, 2015

Red Reporter Belated Exit Interviews: Rick House

Next in line is "Rick House", better known as boobs on RR. Rick was in charge for a few really abysmal Reds teams, but the community here was in full swing and with Slyde not ready to take the reins full-time, Rick was a good choice to keep the train JD started rolling. What was the Reds team like when you took over? It seems like the team now is on the other end of the life cycle from when I was over Red Reporter ('08-'09). That team was all about the future; pretty much all anyone wanted to talk about were rookies named Jay Bruce and Joey Votto and Johnny Cueto (who I had just learned...
Redleg Nation Jan 21, 2015

Contracts, Cueto and Mesoraco

John Fay, the Reds beat writer for the Cincinnati Enquirer, got me thinking yesterday. He wrote about what the Washington Nationals’ enormous contract with Max Scherzer (7 years, $210 million) means for the Reds ability to sign Johnny Cueto to an extension. Fay explained: (a) Cueto is a close enough comparison to Scherzer that the Reds pitcher …
Rotoworld Jan 7, 2015

No progress between Reds, Cueto on extension - Johnny Cueto (S) Cincinnati Reds

Jon Morosi of FOX Sports reports the Reds and Johnny Cueto have made no recent progress on a possible contract extension.
KFFL Jan 7, 2015

Reds | Johnny Cueto hasn't had progress with extension

Cincinnati Reds SP Johnny Cueto and the team have not had recent progress on a ...
Redleg Nation Jan 6, 2015

It’s time to trade Johnny Cueto

It’s time to trade Johnny Cueto. If you’d told me that at the end of the 2014 season, I’d have called it blasphemy. If you’d said it after the Mat Latos/Alfredo Simon deals, I’d have urged you to have faith – that Walt Jocketty has a plan. Jocketty insinuated as much himself in his interview …
Redleg Nation Jan 3, 2015

How Much Is Johnny Cueto Worth?

After speculation about whether/when/for how much/for how long Johnny Cueto should/can/will be extended for, I decided to do the work (mostly) and try to come up with some numbers. What follows is my attempt to quantify his likely value through the end of his age-36 season. There is a chart. So, you know, prepare yourselves. WHAT …
Red Reporter Jan 2, 2015

RR Fan Poll: The extension conundrum

Who should the Reds be targeting for extension? At the start of this off-season, the Reds were faced with a dilemma stemming from the fact that four of the five regular members of the 2014 starting pitching rotation were entering their final year under contract. They have since taken steps to rectify that situation, trading away Mat Latos and Alfredo Simon for, among other things, some young pitching prospects, and rumors have surfaced that the Reds are in extension talks with Johnny Cueto. With that crisis seemingly in the process of being handled (for better or for worse), there is...

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