TheCincinnati Reds and closer Aroldis Chapman have agreed to a one-year, $5million contract.
Chapman was eligible for arbitration for the first time thisoffseason.
Chapman's new contract comes following a compromise between theReds organization and the "Cuban Missile." Sources say that Chapmanfiled for $5.4 million while the club countered with $4.6 million.
Chapman will remain under Reds control through the 2015 seasonwhen he will become a free agent.
Brian Price announced during the 2014 reds Caravan that the organization anticipates that Chapman willpitch more in the eighth inning this season.
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