Found February 08, 2012 on All Things Rockies:
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DENVER — Any doubt how much the Rockies’ value Matt Belisle was erased over the last few days. Colorado signed the right-handed reliever two a new contract and then traded co-setupman Matt Lindstrom to the Orioles in the Jeremy Guthrie deal. The Denver Post has obtained Belisle’s contract, which is similar to the extension given Rafael Betancourt. Belisle will make $4.1 million this year with a player option for $4.25 million in 2013. He can also make an additional $450,000 for games finished beginning at 40 games and ending at 60.
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