The Diamondbacks and Aaron Hill agreed to a three-year extension on Friday that will keep the second baseman in the desert through the 2016 season. Hill, who was scheduled to become a free agent following the 2013 season, will get paid $35 million over the life of the contract. The 30-year-old was acquired in August of 2011 by the D-Backs from Toronto along with John McDonald in exchange for Kelly Johnson.
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