Minor Moves: Quintin Berry

Here are today's minor moves from around baseball.

  • The Orioles have announced the signing of outfielder Quintin Berry to a minor-league deal with a spring training invitation. Berry, 29, played for three different Triple-A teams in 2013, hitting .191/.309/.257 in 381 plate appearances between them. He also appeared in 13 regular-season games and three postseason games with the Red Sox. In 2012, he played in 94 games for the Tigers, during which he stole 21 bases without being caught.


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  1. Baloo 2 years ago

    I would like to see this guy return to how well he played with the Tigers in 2012. Kind of a shame he hasn’t found his bat at all, as he plays good defense and at the very least is a great pinch-runner.

    • JacksTigers 2 years ago

      As someone who watched him in those 90-something games, he does not play “good defense.” He plays defense like Juan Pierre.

      • LoneTXRanger 2 years ago

        He is lots of fun to watch while he’s on the bases. Could use some D and hitting help.

      • mstrchef13 2 years ago

        Meaning he gets terrible reads on flyballs and uses his superior speed to make up the distance when he finally figures out where it’s going to land?

        • Ryan 2 years ago

          Hey, Shane Victorino has been getting by on that for years. He has a cannon for an arm to offset that though. But he is far from the most natural OF I have ever seen.

    • Richard Ellard 2 years ago

      How well he played? That statement is a joke right? Berry is Worthless with a bat!

  2. Jon Glorioso 2 years ago

    And that concludes the Orioles off season.

    • Sportsbozo1 2 years ago

      Too bad your owner is such a cheapskate! You’ve got a great ballpark, very good GM and Manager, but with that owner you’ve got no chance of winning it all.

      • Rabbitov 2 years ago

        There’s always a chance when you have Ryan Flaherty.

  3. Karkat 2 years ago

    He was also on the World Series roster with the Red Sox and even stole a base, so at least he can do the one thing he’s good at in high-leverage situations

    • Rabbitov 2 years ago

      We are going to pinch run the Red Sox into the ground.

      • Curt Green 2 years ago

        I don’t know why but that made me chuckle! Thanks.

  4. robbyb 2 years ago

    Close friends with Adam Jones…

    • Richard Ellard 2 years ago

      Too bad he cant hit and will not be around long for them to renew their friendship!

  5. snowbladerp14 2 years ago

    I wish we could make a few big signings cause these signs are actually really good if you have a complete major league team but the Orioles dont have that yet

  6. Eric Droegemeier 2 years ago

    Good luck with him Baltimore. He is electric on the basepaths! If he could get his bat together he’d be a pretty good ballplayer.

  7. Jake13 2 years ago

    THUNDERCLAP!!!! This guy is one of my favorite players ever, so fun, so exciting, so fast, and he loves the game. He is a poor hitter, with no plate discipline, but he can square up the ball occasionally, he is the best base runner I have seen in a while, and plays decent defense

  8. Steve Corbett 2 years ago

    If he steals 27 bases in a row, he can break Vince Coleman’s record of 50. But it won’t count I suppose, since Coleman didn’t take three calendar years to do it.

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