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    Reds sign Miguel Cairo

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    CINCINNATI (AP)—Infielder Miguel Cairo(notes) has agreed to a minor league
    contract with the Cincinnati Reds, and the 35-year-old would get a $500,000,one-year contract if he’s added to the 40-man roster.

    Cairo, who could earn $150,000 in performance bonuses, has played for Toronto, the Chicago Cubs, Tampa Bay, St. Louis, the New York Yankees and Mets, Seattle and Philadelphia during a 14-year career. He hit .267 with one homer and two RBIs in 27 games for the Phillies last season, spending much of the year in Triple-A.

    Cairo has played every infield position. The Reds are looking to add depth and experience to their roster.

    With his deal, 86 of the 171 players who filed for free agency after the World Series have announced contracts

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    Re: Reds sign Miguel Cairo

    Dude, we've got a thread on this. No worries, mods will close it when they find it.

    MODS: PLEASE CLOSE

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    Re: Reds sign Miguel Cairo

    Sorry didnt see the other thread.

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    Re: Reds sign Miguel Cairo

    Quote Originally Posted by stevekun View Post
    From yahoo sports

    CINCINNATI (AP)—Infielder Miguel Cairo(notes) has agreed to a minor league
    contract with the Cincinnati Reds, and the 35-year-old would get a $500,000,one-year contract if he’s added to the 40-man roster.

    Cairo, who could earn $150,000 in performance bonuses, has played for Toronto, the Chicago Cubs, Tampa Bay, St. Louis, the New York Yankees and Mets, Seattle and Philadelphia during a 14-year career. He hit .267 with one homer and two RBIs in 27 games for the Phillies last season, spending much of the year in Triple-A.

    Cairo has played every infield position. The Reds are looking to add depth and experience to their roster.

    With his deal, 86 of the 171 players who filed for free agency after the World Series have announced contracts

    YAWN.


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