Jonathan India Reds avoid arbitration with two-year deal

Jonathan India Reds avoid arbitration with two-year deal


Jonathan India Reds avoid arbitration with two-year deal

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February 9, 2024

CINCINNATI — The Reds avoided arbitration with their last remaining eligible player when second baseman Jonathan India agreed to a two-year, $8.8 million contract on Friday.

The 27-year-old Indians will earn $3.8 million in 2024 and $5 million in 2025. He could earn escalators in Year 2 based on plate appearances or games he starts for up to an additional $2.05 million. He earned $760,000 in 2023.

The Reds had offered $3.2 million for arbitration, while India offered $4 million. Since he was eligible in the first year, India will still have another year of arbitration after the new contract expires. After that, he will be eligible for free agency.

In over 119 games last season, India hit .244 with a .746 OPS, 17 home runs and 61 RBI. He missed 39 games with plantar fasciitis in his left foot after being Cincinnati’s starting hitter in 2021-22 and for 62 games in 2023.

India, who won the 2021 National League Rookie of the Year award, is viewed by the club and its players as a strong team leader on and off the field.

As we enter 2024, India could see major changes in his role. With a deep infield that also features Matt McLain’s ability to man second base, India can be used at other positions – including first base, third base, left field and designated hitter.

Manager David Bell and president of baseball operations Nick Krall spoke with the Indians during the offseason about his role amid an outfield rotation that includes up to six players at the four-and-DH positions.

“He’s proven himself, and he’s 100 percent committed to what we have here as a team,” Bell said on Jan. 24. “I think there’s been a little bit more of a shift toward, ‘I’m going to do whatever I have to do. You’ve got to be on the field and help our team win, whatever it takes.’

“He just wants to be on the field and in the lineup as much as possible. Obviously he’s a second baseman, but depending on how things go, to be able to put him on the field as much as he wants to be and as much as he wants to be. As much as I want him to be, there might be Other positions he will need to play in.

On January 11, at the deadline to exchange salary numbers with eligible players, Cincinnati avoided arbitration with five players, all on one-year contracts.

Reliever Lucas Sims will earn $2.850 million in 2024, catcher Tyler Stephenson will make $2.525 million, outfielder Jake Fraley will earn $2.150 million, Alex Young is set to make $1.16 million, and reliever Tejay Anton agreed to $830,000.

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