Found November 23, 2011 on Burning River Baseball:
This is the reason I didn't waste my time writing a long career retrospective on Grady Sizemore when the Indians declined his option last month. Grady has resigned with the Indians for 2012 for a rumored base salary of $5 million with incentives bringing it back up to the $9 million a year salary that the Tribe just rejected. The incentives are based on total plate appearances and winning the 'Comeback Player of the Year'. This way the Indians keep their All-Star center fielder, but won't be completely devastated if he gets injured and misses a lot of time in 2012. This will also solidify the Indians outfield which, while deep, just doesn't have a whole lot of All-Star level talent. As it stands Shin-Soo Choo will remain in right field with Sizemore probably moving to left and Michael Brantley staying in center. There will be a wide selection of reserve outfielders available including Shelley Duncan (who will almost certainly make the team as a back-up outfiel...

Indians bring back OF Grady Sizemore

CLEVELAND (AP) -- Grady Sizemore's trip into free agency didn't take him far. The Cleveland Indians have agreed to terms with the former All-Star outfielder on a one-year, incentive-based contract. It's a deal that could work for both sides if he can stay healthy and on the field. The Indians declined a 9 million option for 2012 last month on Sizemore, who has undergone...

Indians sign Grady Sizemore to incentive-laden deal

#bbpBox_139375678683496448 a { text-decoration:none; color:#cc0000; }#bbpBox_139375678683496448 a:hover { text-decoration:underline; }Sizemore gets $5M plus $4 mil in incentivesabout 11 hours ago via Mobile WebReplyRetweetFavorite@SI_JonHeymanJon Heyman It’s not surprising that the Mets were not linked to Sizemore, given this tweet from November 3: #bbpBox_132121481751703553 a...

Cleveland Indians sign Grady Sizemore to 1-year $5 million deal

Grady Sizemore is scheduled to return to center field for the Indians, said agent Joe Urbon. He can earn $4 million in incentive bonuses based on plate appearances.

Indians bring back Sizemore with a $5M contract

CLEVELAND (AP) -- The Cleveland Indians have re-signed outfielder Grady Sizemore to a 1-year, incentive-based contract, bringing back the former All-Star who hasn't been able to stay on the field for three years.

Sizemore Deal with Tribe Now Official

We’ve discussed the rumors, and provided our opinion on the matter.  Today, the Cleveland Indians have announced that they have agreed to a one-year deal with outfielder Grady Sizemore. The deal will reportedly pay Sizemore a base of $5 million with up to $4 million being attainable through plate appearance-based incentives. The team declined Sizemore’s $9 million option earlier...

Indians re-sign Grady Sizemore

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Grady Sizemore Re-Signs With Cleveland Indians

Even as other teams made him offers, Grady Sizemore knew there was only one that made sense for him.

Indians bring back OF Grady Sizemore

Even as other teams made him offers, Grady Sizemore knew there was only one that made sense for him.

Indians re-sign Grady Sizemore to 1-yr, $5.5 M deal

Sizemore returns to Indians for one year, $5M

Grady Sizemore has re-signed with the Indians on a one-year deal, the team announced on its website.

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