Brian Reith

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Brian Reith MLB Career Stats

73 4-12 5.92 127.2 85 1.71

Brian Reith Bio

  • Full Name: Brian Eric Reith
  • Born: 2/28/1978 in Fort Wayne, IN
  • Draft: 1996, New York Yankees, 6th rd. (179th overall)
  • High School: Concordia Lutheran, Fort Wayne, IN
  • Debut: 5/16/2001
  • Last Game: 6/14/2004
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MLB Career Stats 4 12 5.92 73 9 1 127.2 85 1.71


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Team Date Transaction
June 15, 2009 Tigres de Quintana Roo released RHP Brian Reith.
June 5, 2009 Tigres de Quintana Roo signed free agent RHP Brian Reith.

Brian Eric Reith Bio Info

In 1996 graduated from Concordia (IN) Lutheran High School, where he was All-Conference and All- State in baseball...last name pronounced REETH. 2003 Began the season at Class AAA Louisville and went 1-1, 1.74 in 6 relief apps before he was promoted as 1 of 7 player transactions on 4/19 following a day/night doubleheader loss to the Expos in San Juan...made 12 relief apps for the Reds before he returned to Louisville on 5/27, when Jimmy Haynes came off the disabled list...was promoted again on 6/25, when Gabe White went on the DL, and spent the rest of the season with Cin...made his only start in his final appearance of the season, on 9/27 vs Mtl threw 5.0 shutout innings to earn the 4-2 victory...became the 17th pitcher to start a game for the Reds, extending the franchise single-season record to its final a reliever for the Reds retired the first batter 28-41 times and stranded 13-20 inherited baserunners...converted his only save the 12-4 win on 9/16 at Pit threw 2.1 scoreless innings to earn his first Major League the 7-6, 10-inning win on 5/9 vs Mil picked up his first Major League victory to snap an 0-7 skid to begin his career...was the first Reds pitcher ever to begin his career with an 0-7 record...while with Louisville earned his first professional save in the 7-3 Bats win on 6/8/02 at Richmond.

Career highlights: Was named Southern League Pitcher of the Week for 5/11-5/17, 2001. 2002 Combined to go 8-13, 5.02 in 26 starts and 1 relief appearance for the Reds' Class AAA affiliate in Louisville and the Phillies' Class AAA affiliate in Scranton/Wilkes-Barre...began the season in the Reds organization...was claimed off waivers by Phi on 7/11...made his 4 starts at Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, then was claimed off waivers by the Reds on 8/6...from 5/13-5/20 was on Louisville's disabled list with a strained right triceps muscle...was designated for assignment on 1/12/03, when the Reds signed RHP Paul Wilson...cleared waivers on 1/17 and was outrighted to Louisville. 2000 Combined to go 12-8, 2.59 with 1 shutout in 28 starts at Class A Tampa and Dayton and Class AA Chattanooga...spent most of the season at Tampa and went 9-4, 2.18 with 1 shutout in 18 starts before he was traded to the Reds on 7/ the time of the trade led the Tampa staff in starts...finished the season in the Reds organization and combined to go 3-4, 3.36 in 10 starts at Dayton and Chattanooga...established career highs in almost every pitching category, including victories (12), starts (28), innings pitched (184.0) and strikeouts (159)...among all minor league pitchers ranked 10th in innings pitched...led the Florida State League with a 2.18era, ranked fourth with a runners-per-9 innings ratio of 10.45 and ranked T5th with 1 shutout...from 4/16-5/26 at Tampa won 6 straight decisions, including 4 straight starts from 5/11-5/26. 1999 Spent the season at Tampa in the Florida State League and went 9-9, 4.70 in 23 starts and 3 relief apps. 1998 At Class A Greensboro went 6-7, 2.28 with 3 complete games and 1 shutout in 20 starts...among all minor league pitchers ranked fifth in ERA and fifth with 116 strikeouts (118.1ip)...ranked among South Atlantic League leaders in batting average against/starters (1st, .196), ERA (T1st, 2.28), fewest walks per 9 innings (3rd, 1.68), shutouts (T4th, 1) and complete games (T5th, 3). 1997 At Tampa in the Gulf Coast League went 4-2, 2.86 with 1 complete game in 11 starts and 1 relief appearance...ranked among GCL leaders in fewest walks per 9 innings (1.68, 3rd) and innings pitched (T5th, 63). 1996 In his first professional season went 2-3, 4.13 in 4 starts and 6 relief apps at Tampa in the Gulf Coast League.