Video description: The Indians’ Ubaldo Jimenez has been suspended for five games while Joey Votto signed a 10-year extension with the Reds. CineSport’s Tara Petrolino and Anthony Witrado of Sporting News discuss.For more Cinesport video, go here. Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto has agreed to a contract extension that will net him $225 million over 10 years, USA Today is reporting.The deal is reportedly the fourth largest in Major League Baseball history. The Yankees’ Alex Rodriguez is currently in a 10-year, $277 million deal, which is tops in baseball. Albert Pujols (10 years, $240 million) and Prince Fielder (9 years, $213 million) inked new deals in the offseason with the Angels and Tigers, respectively.AP PhotoJoey Votto has led the National League in on-base percentage the past two seasons. Terms of the deal are still being worked out.”I can’t comment till it’s done,” Votto said earlier in the day, according to a tweet from the Cincinnati Enquirer. “You’ll have to ask (Reds GM Walt Jocketty). It’s a gray area.”Votto is slated to be paid $9.5 million this season and $17 million in 2013, HardballTalk.com reported.Speculation on the length and salary details of the extension revolved around comparing Votto, 28, to Fielder, 27, and Pujols, 32, both of whom are first basemen and signed blockbuster free-agent deals this offseason.Votto, over the past three seasons, has been as productive as those two, hitting .318 with a .983 OPS during that time while leading the National League in OPS in 2010 and on-base percentage in both 2010 and 2011 while both Pujols and Fielder were in the NL.HardballTalk.com speculated that Votto’s signing a huge extension could mean the end of Brandon Phillips’ time in Cincinnati, given this payroll commitment. Phillips will be a free agent this winter.