The Boston Red Sox are continuing to rebuild their bullpen in the wake of its 2010 struggles.

According to Jon Morosi, the Red Sox have signed journeyman left-hander Dennys Reyes to a minor league deal.

Last season with the Cardinals, the lefty had a 3.55 ERA and a 1.45 WHIP over 38.0 innings pitched. However, left-handed hitters had a .307 batting average against Reyes, while right-handed hitters had a low .177 batting average.

In his 13 years in the majors, Reyes has a 4.18 ERA and has played for 10 different teams.

If he makes the team, Reyes will join Bobby Jenks and Dan Wheeler and a host of others as new additions to the revamped Sox bullpen this upcoming season.