Brewers Sign Jeremy Reed

The Brewers announced that they signed Jeremy Reed to a minor league deal with an invitation to Spring Training.

The 29-year-old appeared in 14 games for the Blue Jays last year, but spent most of the season at Triple-A. He hit .279/.342/.412 in 358 plate appearances for Blue Jays and White Sox affiliates last year. The center fielder is no stranger to the major leagues, though. He has appeared in at least 13 games every season since 2004, when he broke in with the Mariners.

Reed will compete with outfielders Chris Dickerson, Brandon Boggs, Caleb Gindl and Logan Schafer for a backup outfielder's job this spring.


6 Responses to Brewers Sign Jeremy Reed Leave a Reply

  1. MetsEventually 4 years ago

    In MVP Baseball 2005, Jeremy Reed usually ends up hitting .330 with 30 home runs and 30 SB as the MVP…video games…right…

    • selw0nk 4 years ago

      I still play that game with all the mods. Lol

    • oh man no way. I think this could be the place to start a “Bring Back MVP Baseball” petition. EA Sports got it right, then made a huge mistake not holding on to the rights to make MLB games.

      But also yeah not a bad depth signing for the Brewers.

  2. m4r1n3r 4 years ago

    Jeremy Reed…..Career minor leaguer. If he could only hit in the majors. I will be shocked if he makes the club.

  3. Bring back MVP Baseball…Still play MVP 2005 with Man Ram on the cover. It is the best game made to date…

  4. Brewers could do worse – like Scott Podsednik.

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