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Amir Garrett Update 7 months 2 weeks ago #273826

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Amir Garrett Update 7 months 2 weeks ago #273827

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Very cool.

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Amir Garrett Update 7 months 2 weeks ago #273828

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that's awesome. I am happy for him.

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Amir Garrett Update 7 months 1 week ago #274588

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Amir Garrett's stats for today. 3 innings, 0 hits, 0 runs, 0 BB, 6 K's. Keep up the good work Amir.
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Amir Garrett Update 7 months 1 week ago #274591

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panther2 wrote: Amir Garrett's stats for today. 3 innings, 0 hits, 0 runs, 0 BB, 6 K's. Keep up the good work Amir.


One of the finest multi sports athletes ever to play at St. John's, if not the best. Tony Chiles recruited some of the best athletes ever. Too bad after the first recruiting year some did not make it or stick it out. Harkless, Pelle and especially Nurideen Lindsay.

"In 2008 the 6-3 Lindsay played at Philadelphia's Overbrook High and committed to LaSalle, where current Storm assistant Tony Chiles was on staff at the time. That year he averaged 35.8 points in league play, the sixth highest ever with Chamberlain holding two of the top five spots. Chamberlain also attended Overbrook."
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Amir Garrett Update 7 months 1 week ago #274594

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panther2 wrote: Amir Garrett's stats for today. 3 innings, 0 hits, 0 runs, 0 BB, 6 K's. Keep up the good work Amir.

I remember when he couldn't suit up right away he was always on the internet promoting SJU. Will always root for him. Oh and plus he threw a 90 mph basketball at the Georgetown player :)
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Amir Garrett Update 4 months 5 days ago #288012

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Amir Garrett MLB season to date:
He's coming out of the bullpen.
He's pitched in 29 games (out of 60 or so); 35.2 innings pitched.
2.27 ERA
41 strikeouts to 11 walks.
1.01 WHIP
He's a lefty, throwing 95 to 98 mph.

The Reds have him for three more arbitration seasons. He'll get a nice pay day next year;
However, his first free big contract will come after his age 31 season. He'll get really paid then.

Maybe the Reds will sign him to a longer term deal before then.
Congrats to him.
It's really nice to see him get rewarded.
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Amir Garrett Update 4 months 5 days ago #288014

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That's awesome. Here is a website for all you sport contract nerds like me.

www.spotrac.com/mlb/cincinnati-reds/payroll/

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Amir Garrett Update 4 months 5 days ago #288015

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SJ_NYC wrote: Amir Garrett MLB season to date:
He's coming out of the bullpen.
He's pitched in 29 games (out of 60 or so); 35.2 innings pitched.
2.27 ERA
41 strikeouts to 11 walks.
1.01 WHIP
He's a lefty, throwing 95 to 98 mph.

The Reds have him for three more arbitration seasons. He'll get a nice pay day next year;
However, his first free big contract will come after his age 31 season. He'll get really paid then.

Maybe the Reds will sign him to a longer term deal before then.
Congrats to him.
It's really nice to see him get rewarded.

he's 28 now ?
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Amir Garrett Update 4 months 5 days ago #288020

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mjmaherjr wrote:

SJ_NYC wrote: Amir Garrett MLB season to date:
He's coming out of the bullpen.
He's pitched in 29 games (out of 60 or so); 35.2 innings pitched.
2.27 ERA
41 strikeouts to 11 walks.
1.01 WHIP
He's a lefty, throwing 95 to 98 mph.

The Reds have him for three more arbitration seasons. He'll get a nice pay day next year;
However, his first free big contract will come after his age 31 season. He'll get really paid then.

Maybe the Reds will sign him to a longer term deal before then.
Congrats to him.
It's really nice to see him get rewarded.

he's 28 now ?


Good catch. Ah, I am idiot. My eyes deceived me. He's 26 now. He has two more locked in years for salary (If i'm reading Spotrac correctly), then he has three salary-arbitration years ending at age 31. See the screen below, if I can paste it in correctly.

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