There was some speculation that the Mariners may make a push to sign Reds utility player Jerry Hairston to a free agent contract. But that appears to be done now as Mark Sheldon of MLB.com is reporting that Hairston has agreed to a one-year deal to stay with the Reds.
He also mentioned that the Reds may try to make Hairston their starting shortstop, which may be the main reason why Hairston decided to stay in Cincy.
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