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Wainwright's 2012, 2013 Options Affected By Cy Vote

With today's second place Cy Young finish, Cardinals righty Adam Wainwright took a major step toward seeing his 2012 and 2013 contract options become guaranteed.  The options will become locked in if he does not finish the 2011 season on the disabled list, reports MLB.com's Matthew Leach.  He'll earn $9MM in '12 and $12MM in '13, plus award bonuses for his Cy Young votes.  Thanks to Mike Lutz for pointing this out via Twitter, and to Cot's Baseball Contracts for the details.

Cardinals GM John Mozeliak signed Wainwright to a team-friendly extension in March of 2008, during a brief period where double club options were popular.  Had Wainwright not signed the deal, he would have been arbitration eligible for the third time this winter and eligible for free agency after '11.  Wainwright doesn't appear to have any regrets; in fact, he told Leach and other reporters today he hopes to finish his career in St. Louis.








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