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Cubs give RHP Chatwood 3-yr., $38M deal

07 December 2017

Right-hander Tyler Chatwood and the Chicago Cubs have agreed to a $38 million, three-year contract.

Last season, Chatwood was 8-15 with a 4.69 ERA in 33 appearances (25 starts) with the Rockies, tying for the most losses in the National League.

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The Cubs have landed their first new starter this offseason in their effort to fortify a rotation that will see turnover. The three-year deal is reportedly worth roughly $40 million, according to the MLB Network.

Adding Chatwood boosts a rotation that will likely lose former Cy Young Award victor Jake Arrieta and veteran John Lackey. Pitching half his games at Coors Field, Chatwood actually has performed quite well but does come with some questions about how many innings he can pitch.

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Chatwood's best season was 2013, when he had a 3.15 ERA in 20 starts. Chatwood has been fantastic on the road in the past two seasons. Chatwood missed much of 2014 and the entire 2015 after undergoing Tommy John surgery. By comparison, Chatwood owned a 5-7 mark with a 3.49 ERA in 16 games on the road.

A second-round Draft pick by the Angels in 2008, Chatwood was traded to the Rockies in November 2011 for catcher Chris Iannetta. He finished with a 4.69 ERA while moving in and out of the starting rotation, and his 77 walks were fourth-highest in the majors.

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Cubs give RHP Chatwood 3-yr., $38M deal