The Angels have signed Jo-Jo Reyes, a source tells MLBTR. The veteran left-hander will report to Triple-A Salt Lake.
Reyes, 30, was previously with Campeche of the Mexican League and was named an All-Star there roughly two weeks ago. Reyes last appeared in the big leagues in 2011 and will work towards reaching the majors once again in 2015. In that 2011 season, Reyes pitched to a 5.57 ERA in 25 starts and four relief appearances for the Blue Jays and Orioles. He posted a 5.6 K/9 rate versus a 3.1 BB/9.
He’s also quite familiar with the Triple-A level, having spent parts of seven seasons there. Reyes owns a 3.68 ERA with 7.2 K/9 and 2.7 BB/9 in Triple-A for multiple teams.
Holy cow, I forgot about this guy. I always liked him with the Braves, even though he has struggled most of his career. Good for him getting this opportunity.
He had some moments with the Braves…he won a few people some fantasy league titles by streaming him. Like these stories
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I remember him from blue jays days ROFL
And he was washed up by then. This guy’s been around forever.
Next up, Jar Jar Binks
He is just a filler. Hope he figures out, though…
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Good old Jo-Jo Reyes.
The Mets used to hit him hard when he was on the Braves, not that they were unique in doing so based on his numbers.
I remember this guy on the jays… i think he had the record for most starts without a win lol. gl angels..