Berry reportedly set to begin second stint with Red Sox

Team signs outfielder to Minor League deal with Spring Training invite

Berry reportedly set to begin second stint with Red Sox

The Red Sox reportedly agreed to a Minor League deal with outfielder Quintin Berry on Saturday that includes an invitation to Spring Training.

The deal is believed to be worth $620,000 if Berry, now in his second stint with Boston, makes the Major League roster.

In 2013, Berry played in 13 games for the Red Sox, mostly as a pinch-runner. He went 5-for-8 at the plate that season with a homer, five runs scored and three stolen bases. Berry also made the club's postseason roster that year and stole a base in all three of Boston's playoff series.

He spent nearly all of 2014 playing at Triple-A Norfolk with the Orioles where he compiled a slash line of .285/.382/.367 and 25 stolen bases in 112 games.

The Red Sox, however, already have an influx of outfielders on their 40-man roster expected to compete for spots out of Spring Training, so it is unclear where Berry, 30, fits into the team's future.

Jamal Collier is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter at @jamalcollier. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.