Reds trade Chapman to Yankees for four prospects

The Cincinnati Reds traded closer Aroldis Chapman to the New York Yankees on Monday for right-handed pitchers Caleb Cotham and Rookie Davis and infielders Eric Jagielo and Tony Renda.

Chapman has pitched his whole career with the Reds. In six seasons and 324 games, he was 19-20 with a 2.17 ERA and 146 saves.

Jagielo is a 23-year-old third baseman who hit .284 in 58 games in Double-A last season.

Davis, 22, was 6-6 with a 3.70 ERA in 19 starts in the Single-A Florida State League last season and 2-1 with a 4.32 ERA in five starts at Double-A.

Cotham, 28, has appeared in 142 games, starting 57, in six seasons in the minors. He made his big league debut in July.

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Renda, a 24-year-old second baseman, hit .269 in Double-A last season.

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