The Reds and general manager Walt Jocketty have agreed to a two-year extension through the 2016 season.
The Reds and general manager Walt Jocketty have agreed to a two-year extension, the team formally announced on Saturday.
"I'm fully committed to trying to get this team back into the postseason, because I think we're good enough to do that with a little bit of help here. I think our ownership certainly deserves it and our fans deserve it," Jocketty said, according to MLB.com.
Jocketty's contract was set to expire after this season. He has been the team's general manager since 2008, and the Reds have three playoff appearances since then. But Cincinnati is in fourth place in the NL Central this season at 74-86 with two games to play.
Cincinnati has been beset by injuries, including a knee injury that limited first baseman Joey Votto to 62 games.
- Chris Mascaro