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Rockies, Charlie Blackmon Avoid Arbitration With New Deal

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The Colorado Rockies avoided arbitration with All-Star center fielder Charlie Blackmon, agreeing to a one-year deal worth $14 million, according to a report from FanRag Sports.

Blackmon, 31, who will be eligible for free agency after the 2018 season, earned $7.3M last season.

Blackmon finished fifth in National League MVP voting after winning the NL batting title with a .331 average, leading the majors in hits (213), runs scored (137), triples (14) and total bases (383) on his way to earning a second straight Silver Slugger Award.

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Rockies Sign Bud Black to Contract Extension

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The Colorado Rockies have announced that they have agreed to terms with manager Bud Black on a three-year contract extension that will run through the 2022 season, according to the Denver Post’s Patrick Saunders.

Black, 61, has enjoyed success during his first two seasons at the helm in Colorado, posting a 178-147 record and leading the Rockies to a pair of postseason appearances with Wild Card berths, finishing third in National League Manager of the Year voting in each of his two seasons.

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Rockies Sign Mark Reynolds

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The Colorado Rockies have agreed to to terms with veteran first baseman Mark Reynolds on a minor league deal with $1 million in base with an addition $1 million in incentives, according to MLB Network’s Jon Heyman.

Reynolds, 35, will get an invitation to spring training.

Reynolds posted a .248/.328/.476 slash line with 13 home runs last season for the Washington Nationals.

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Rockies, Daniel Murphy Agree on Deal

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The Colorado Rockies have agreed to terms on a two-year, $24 million deal with free agent infielder Daniel Murphy, according to MLB.com’s Thomas Harding.

Murphy, 33, with provide Colorado with a valuable left handed bat to their lineup and can be plugged into the infield when needed, although he has struggled defensively recently.

Last season, Murphy posted a .322/.358/.502 slash line with 12 homeruns.

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