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Let’s not forget: Jonathan Broxton was sharp with the Reds this season. The hulking righty recorded a 2.82 ERA and a 2.42 FIP. The strikeouts shot up to 8.0 per nine innings from 6.3, the walks were slashed to 1.2 per nine innings from 3.5.
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The Cincinnati Reds inked a new closer on Wednesday.
The Reds and free agent right-hander Jonathan Broxton have reportedly agreed to a 3-year deal worth approximately $21 million, according to Mark Sheldon of MLB.com. The signing likely means a move to the starting rotation for Aroldis Chapman (barring injury) as Broxton will be inserted into the closer role.
The Reds have signed Jonathan Broxton to a three-year, 21 million contract, giving the NL Central champions a potential closer.
Broxton came to the Reds last July in a trade with Kansas City and was part of their push toward the playoffs. He filled in as the closer when Aroldis Chapman came down with a tired shoulder and had four saves in six chances overall with a 2.82 ERA, impressing...
Jonathan Broxton winds up and delivers.The Cincinnati Reds have a closer for the 2013 season, and he’s not named Aroldis Chapman. CBSSports’ Jon Heyman reported that the Reds and Jonathan Broxton have come to agreement on a multi-year deal.
The deal is believed to be for at least three years. An announcement is expected Wednesday.
Broxton is expected to be the Reds closer, enabling...
The Cincinnati Reds have re-signed reliever Jonathan Broxton. After being acquired mid-season, Broxton was a pivotal part of the Reds bullpen.
Broxton will be guaranteed at least $21 million over the life of the contract. His salary for 2013 is set at $4 million before raising to $7 million in 2014 and $9 million in 2015. There is also a club option for 2016 which is worth$9 million...
The Cincinnati Reds took one giant step forward in their Game Plan Wednesday when they signed relief pitcher Jonathan Broxton to a three-year 21 million contract.When Broxton fills out an employment form, he lists his occupation as, Closer.And there is no doubt he would not have re-signed with the Reds without assurances that his job description contains the word closer.That job...
As Jeff Sullivan discussed on Monday, the Cincinnati Reds’ then-potential contract with Jonathan Broxton had implications for Aroldis Chapman‘s possible move to the rotation. Today, that potential was actualized, as the Reds reportedly re-signed Broxton for three years and $21 million dollars.
The contract is also said to include a limited no-trade clause, a $9 club option for...
CINCINNATI (AP) -- The Reds signed Jonathan Broxton to a three-year, 21 million contract on Wednesday, giving the NL Central champions a potential closer and a chance to reconfigure their starting rotation.
Broxton came to the Reds last July in a trade with Kansas City and was part of their push toward the playoffs. He filled in as the closer when Aroldis Chapman came down with...
General managers are never going to learn. The Cincinnati Reds have signed reliever Jonathan Broxton to a three-year deal worth $21 million. The deal contains a $9 million option for 2016 (with a $1 million buyout) as well, and Broxton's salary will increase from $4 million in 2013 to $7 million in 2014 and $9 million in 2015.
The contract is nearly identical to the one Broxton...
The Cincinnati pitching staff had an excellent 2012 and tied for the lowest ERA in the NL despite playing in one of the more hitter-friendly venues. A solid starting rotation was a huge part of that and the Reds' signing of Jonathan Broxton hints that they are looking to improve it even more in 2013 by converting closer Aroldis Chapman into a starter.
The Cincinnati Reds have decided to re-sign right handed pitcher Jonathan Broxton to a three-year, $21 million deal according to Jon Heyman of CBSSports. For that kind of money, Broxton will probably take over the closer gig with the Reds and lefty flamethrower Aroldis Chapman would probably become a starter.
Since his arrival to Cincinnati, Broxton went 3-3 with a 2.82 ERA, 2.42...
The Cincinnati Reds agreed to a three-year, $21 million deal with right-handed closer Jonathan Broxton. When finalized, the move clears Broxton to replace flame-throwing lefty Aroldis Chapman as the closer in Cincinnati. That would free up Chapman to step into a starting role. Broxton, 28, began last season as the Kansas City Royals' closer, then was traded to Cincinnati...
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With the news of a Jonathan Broxton 3-year deal, Aroldis Chapman will assuredly be moving to the rotation. Now, I hope you all know how incredible the Reds rotation was last year. None of the Reds pitchers missed a start and four of them had an ERA of below 4.00...
Defending NL Central champion Cincinnati Reds have re-signed one of their trade deadline chess pieces, Jonathan Broxton, to a 3-year, $21M contract, likely with the idea of moving hard throwing (to say the least) lefty Aroldis Chapman into the rotation for 2013. Down the stretch in the race for the playoffs, Broxton was a key weapon out of the Cincinnati bullpen, appearing 25 times...
Will Chapman keep his K/9 numbers as a starter?
Jonathan Broxton cashed in on his last season in a big way, with a 3-year deal with the Cincinnati Reds, and he will assume the closer role for Manager Dusty Baker’s squad.
Take a look at what Broxton last year:
This means a few things for a few people who...
The 2012 offseason has really kicked into high gear this week. We've seen Jonathan Broxton re-up with the Reds, Andy Pettitte agree to come back to the Yankees, the first big domino in BJ Upton sign with the Braves, the Nationals finally trade for Denard Span, and the Pirates sign Russell Martin to catch. Also, the Phillies had a trade agreed to for Wilton Lopez, and then saw...