So much for the Votto Window.

Mark Sheldon is citing a report that the Cincinnati Reds have reached an agreement that will keep Joey Votto in Cincinnati for ten years in addition to the remaining two years on his current contract. The reported contract terms are 10 years for $225 million, running through the 2023 season.  Bob Nightengale with USA Today wrote the story that is cited by Sheldon. The Reds have not yet confirmed the details.

If these reports are accurate, Reds’ CEO Bob Castellini has given Reds fans the Votto Vista.

Check here at Redleg Nation over the next few days for in-depth analysis of what the deal means for the Reds and their first baseman.