Report: Red Sox Sign Lefty Reliever Dennys Reyes


Feb 5, 2011

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.

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