Reds, Jonathan India Agree To Two-Year Deal To Avoid Arbitration

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    The Cincinnati Reds and second baseman Jonathan India agreed to a two-year deal to avoid salary arbitration on Friday. India will earn $3.8 million in 2024 and $5 million in 2025 and can also earn escalators in the second year based on plate appearances or games started up to an additional $2.05 million. This was the 27-year-old first year of arbitration eligibility after he hit .244/.338/.407 with 17 home runs and 14 stolen bases for the Reds in 119 games in 2023. The former National League Rookie of the Year is going to have to move around (possibly to the outfield) in order to keep playing consistently in 2024 given the team's abundance of infield options. India could also be traded before the deadline in August.

    Feb 9 · Source via Cincinnati Reds Jonathan India
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