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Redleg Nation Jan 16, 2015

Arbitration updates: Cozart, Leake, Reds avoid hearing

The Reds and Zack Cozart reached agreement on a one-year contract for the 2015 season that would pay the shortstop $2.35 million (Sheldon). The agreement avoided an arbitration hearing. Cozart is still under Reds’ team control through 2017. Last season, Cozart earned $600,000. The Reds also reached agreement on a one-year contract with Mike Leake
Cincinnati.com Jan 16, 2015
Mike Leake, Zack Cozart avoid arbitration

Mike Leake, Zack Cozart avoid arbitration

Mike Leake agreed to a 1-year, $9.775 million contract for 2015, while Zack Cozart will earn $2.3 million in 2015.         
Better Off Red Jan 16, 2015

LEAKE & COZART AVOID ARBITRATION

This just in… SS Zack Cozart and RHP Mike Leake have agreed to terms on 1-year contracts through the 2015 season, both avoiding arbitration.
Red Reporter Jan 16, 2015

Reds, Zack Cozart avoid arbitration with 1 year, $2.35 million contract

Shorty got paid! Cincinnati Reds shortstop Zack Cozart has established himself as one of the very elite defensive infielders in all of baseball over the last three plus seasons, and after today he'll start to get the biggest paychecks of his life, according to CBS's Jon Heyman. zack cozart, reds settle at $2.35M for 2015— Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) January 16, 2015 Cozart is in his first season of arbitration eligibility, meaning 2015 is the first year he'll be making more than just a fractional increase over the league's minimum salary.  Despite his woeful offensive 2014, Cozart still...
Rotoworld Jan 16, 2015

Zack Cozart settles with Reds at $2.35M - Zack Cozart (SS) Cincinnati Reds

Reds and SS Zack Cozart avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $2.35 million contract.
KFFL Jan 16, 2015

Reds | Zack Cozart avoids arbitration

Cincinnati Reds SS Zack Cozart avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $2.35 million deal ...
Redleg Nation Dec 30, 2014

Scouting Report: Jonathon Crawford

Getting anybody with youth and upside in exchange for Alfredo Simon—everyone’s favorite regression candidate—was going to be pleasant enough, but Walt Jocketty did a mighty fine job acquiring an infielder who could push shortstop-incumbent Zack Cozart and a projectable starting pitcher back from Detroit. Nick Carrington examined the former, Eugenio Suarez, last week. This piece is …

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