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Predicting Johnny Cueto’s Next Contract

It seems 2016 will be one of the more financially rewarding off-season’s in recent memory to be a top-tier starting pitcher. Although anytime is a great time to be a top-tier starting pitcher, this offseason, guys like Jordan Zimmermann, David Price, Jeff Samardzija, and a possibility opted-out Zack Greinke will all be on the market—logically vying to be the last player standing...
Via Baseball Essential
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Johnny Cueto hopes for new deal from Reds before opening day

GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) -- Johnny Cueto would like to have a new contract before opening day. The 20-game winner knows that the Cincinnati Reds might not be able to afford to pay him the going rate for a No. 1 starter, leaving his status this season in doubt. Cueto is in the final year of his current contract, making $10 million. If the sides can't reach agreement, Cueto could be traded...
Via AP on Fox
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Cueto breeds optimism for Reds, but who will round out starting rotation?

Johnny Cueto had a magical 2014. He was the first Reds pitcher to reach 20 wins in 26 years. No pitcher in the National League started more games, threw more innings, struck out more batters or was tougher to get a hit off of than Cueto. The only thing that kept him from becoming the first Reds pitcher to win a Cy Young award was the regular season turned in by Los Angeles Dodgers...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Will The Cincinnati Reds Bounce Back In 2015?

Johnny Cueto is key to the Reds bouncing back in 2015. The Cincinnati Reds suffered a disappointing 2014 seasons after their 2013 NLDS playoff collapse at the hands of the St. Louis Cardinals. The Cincinnati Reds were up 2-0 in that series and proceeded to drop the remaining 3 to be bounced from the post-season. In 2014 the Reds ended up finishing 76-86. There were a lot of...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Decision Looms For Cincinnati Reds And Johnny Cueto

A year after finishing 76-86 and fourth place in the National League Central, the Cincinnati Reds enter 2015 with some uncertainty surrounding the future of their franchise. Thus far in the offseason the Reds have been rather quiet and have not pulled off any big name acquisitions either in free agency or via trades. Rather it appears that the club will rely on a mending Joey Votto...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
January 21, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Johnny Cueto gives teammate a love tap after win

Johnny Cueto somehow lowered his ERA even further with an 8-inning, 2-run outing in Pittsburgh, leading the Reds to a 3-2 win. In celebration of his outing and 2.26 ERA, Cueto very casually flicked the genitals of teammate Mike Leake. Follow Andrew Doughty on Twitter @Adoughty88   [Deadspin] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
August 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Cueto comes up big for Reds... again

CLEVELAND -- It might have been a little surprising to see Johnny Cueto head back out to the mound for the ninth inning Tuesday night at Progressive Field. The Reds' right-hander had thrown 104 pitches and his team was comfortably ahead of the Cleveland Indians, 9-2. Aces get treated differently. They've earned that right. Cueto finished what he started for the fourth time this season...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
August 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Cueto tries to end Indians' home mastery in Battle for Ohio Cup

The Cincinnati Reds have dropped 10 straight games at Progressive Field since Johnny Cueto won in his last outing there over four years ago. The Reds have to like their chances of ending that slide Tuesday night behind the surging Cueto when these Ohio rivals continue a stretch of four straight meetings. These teams entered play Monday with identical records before the Indians (57...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
August 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Cueto in familiar form as Reds end losing streak

CINCINNATI -- Johnny Cueto wasn't feeling so hot as he headed out to the Great American Ball Park mound Saturday afternoon. The temperature was a balmy 85 degrees but Cueto didn't feel as strong or as focused as he'd like. Everyone should feel so off. Cueto overcame his early inning funk to strike out nine and shutout Washington on four hits over seven innings as the Reds snapped...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
July 26, 2014  |  Discuss

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