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Jeremy Reed MLB Career Stats

.252 12 110 20 .663

Jeremy Reed Bio

  • Full Name: Jeremy Thomas Reed
  • Born: 6/15/1981 in San Dimas, CA
  • Draft: 2002, Chicago White Sox, 2nd rd. (59th overall)
  • College: Long Beach State
  • Debut: September 8, 2004
  • Ret., Final Game: 4/10/2011
  • Relationship(s): brother of Mark Reed
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MLB Career Stats 1250 141 315 12 110 20 .252 .309 .663


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Year Team League
2004 Tacoma PCL

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Season 3B Rank
2006 5 18th in AL

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Season CS Rank
2005 11 3rd in AL

Jeremy Reed Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
December 19, 2013 Reno Aces released LF Jeremy Reed.
April 4, 2013 LF Jeremy Reed retired.
October 24, 2012 Arizona Diamondbacks signed free agent LF Jeremy Reed to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
October 11, 2011 LF Jeremy Reed elected free agency.
September 20, 2011 Rochester Red Wings activated LF Jeremy Reed from the 7-day disabled list.
June 12, 2011 Rochester Red Wings placed LF Jeremy Reed on the 7-day disabled list. sore back
June 2, 2011 Nashville Sounds traded LF Jeremy Reed to Rochester Red Wings.
April 13, 2011 Milwaukee Brewers sent Jeremy Reed outright to Nashville Sounds.
April 11, 2011 Milwaukee Brewers designated Jeremy Reed for assignment.
March 30, 2011 Milwaukee Brewers selected the contract of LF Jeremy Reed from Nashville Sounds.
January 26, 2011 Nashville Sounds signed free agent Jeremy Reed.
January 21, 2011 Milwaukee Brewers signed free agent LF Jeremy Reed to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 6, 2010 OF Jeremy Reed elected free agency.
July 14, 2010 OF Jeremy Reed assigned to Charlotte Knights from Chicago White Sox.
July 13, 2010 Chicago White Sox signed free agent OF Jeremy Reed to a minor league contract.
July 3, 2010 LF Jeremy Reed elected free agency.
July 2, 2010 OF Jeremy Reed elected free agency.
June 17, 2010 Toronto Blue Jays optioned OF Jeremy Reed to Las Vegas 51s.
May 19, 2010 Toronto Blue Jays recalled Jeremy Reed from Las Vegas 51s.
April 16, 2010 Toronto Blue Jays optioned Jeremy Reed to Las Vegas 51s.
April 12, 2010 Toronto Blue Jays selected the contract of Jeremy Reed from Las Vegas 51s.
April 12, 2010 Jeremy Reed assigned to Toronto Blue Jays.
April 5, 2010 Jeremy Reed assigned to Las Vegas 51s from Toronto Blue Jays.
January 19, 2010 Toronto Blue Jays signed free agent LF Jeremy Reed to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
December 12, 2009 LF Jeremy Reed elected free agency.

Jeremy Thomas Reed Bio Info

Jeremy Thomas Reed...Married to Samantha...Brother, Mark, is a catcher in the D-backs' organization...Attended Long Beach State...earned First-Team All-Big West honors in 2002 and was rated by Baseball America as the Best Pure Hitter and Baserunner in the Big West Conference...Is a 1999 graduate of Bonita (Calif.) High School...Played with the USA Baseball Olympic Qualifying Team in 2003...also played for the USA Summer National Team in 2001-02...Signed by Joe Butler and Matt Hattabaugh. 2012 Did not play. 2011 Spent time in the Milwaukee and Minnesota organizations, appearing in 40 games with Triple-A Nashville (Brewers) and Triple-A Rochester...also played in 7 games with the Brewers...Made the Brewers' Opening Day roster and went hitless in 7 pinch-hit attempts...designated for assignment on April 11...Hit .233 (24-for-103) with 5 doubles, 1 home run and 6 RBI in 36 games with Nashville before being traded to the Twins on June 2 for future considerations...Played in just 4 games with the Red Wings and went 0-for-15...On disabled list from June 11-end of season with a strained back. 2010 Signed by the Blue Jays as a free agent on January 19, 2010...In 14 games with the Blue Jays batted .143 (3-21) with one home run and three RBI...Was outrighted to Las Vegas of the PCL (AAA) on July 2, 2010 and did not accept assignment becoming a free agent on July 3. 2009 Ranked fourth in the NL with 15 pinch-hits... Hit .278 (15-54) as a pinch-hitter... Appeared in 126 games, the fourth highest total on the team, despite making only 24 starts... MR. VERSATILE: Made nine starts in centerfield, seven starts in leftfield, five starts in rightfield and three starts at first base... Made his Mets debut as a defensive replacement in leftfield on Opening Day, April 6th at Cincinnati... Appeared in 21 games as a defensive replacement or pinch hitter before making his first start of the season on May 6th vs. Philadelphia... His pinch-hit, RBI single with two outs in the ninth inning on April 10th at Florida scored Carlos Beltran and tied the game at 4-4... Went 2-3 with a double and a walk on May 11th vs. Atlanta for his first multi-hit game of the season... A FIRST FOR EVEYTHING: Made his first career start at first base on May 15th at San Francisco...Had previously played 1.0 inning at first base on August 21, 2008 with Seattle at Oakland... Collected his lone outfield assist of the season on May 20th at Los Angeles (NL)...Threw out Andre Ethier trying to advance to third base in the bottom of the eighth inning after entering the game as a defensive replacement to start the frame... Tied his career-high with three hits on June 2nd at Pittsburgh... It was the third time in his career that collected three hits and the first since Sept. 6, 2008 with Seattle vs. New York (AL)... Went 2-3 with a run scored, a double, one walk and an RBI on July 8th vs. Los Angeles (NL)... The Mets defeated the Dodgers, 5-4... Walked three times on Oct. 4th vs. Houston to tie his career-high...Also had three walks on Oct. 3, 2004 with Seattle vs. Texas... BIG SPRING: Finished the spring with a .422 (27-64) batting average, second highest in the National League and third highest in the major leagues... Also led the major leagues with a .493 on-base percentage. 2008 Recalled from Tacoma (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League on May 19th and spent the remainder of the season with Seattle...Appeared in 97 games and made 72 starts spread throughout all three outfield positions and designated hitter...Made three starts in leftfield, 52 in centerfield, 12 in rightfield and five at designated hitter...Fashioned a season-high eight-game hitting streak from July 29th-August 6th (.433, 13-30)...It was his longest streak since a career-high 10-games, which opened the 2006 season (April 3rd-April 15th)...Also had a seven-game hitting streak from June 9th-June 21st (.500, 9-18)...Tied career-high with three hits, September 6th vs. New York (AL)...Went 3-4 with a double and run...Hit .285 (74-260) against righthanded pitching, compared to .115 (3-26) vs. lefthanded pitching...In five starts at designated hitter he batted .333 (6-18) with a double and three RBI...In six games as a leftfielder, hit .353 (6- 17) with one double and two RBI...In 72 starts, hit .277 (73-264) with 17 doubles, one triple, two home runs and 27 RBI...Played one inning at first base on August 21st vs. Oakland...Hit his first home run of the season, May 31st at Detroit (off Aquilino Lopez)...It was his first major league home run since June 28, 2006 at Arizona...Also hit a home run at Toronto (off Dustin McGowan) on June 10th...Appeared in 38 games for Tacoma...Ranked seventh in hits and ninth in batting average in the PCL at time of recall...Hit a home run in consecutive games with the Rainiers, April 30th and May 1st vs. New Orleans...Recorded at least one hit in 26 of 39 games, including 16 multi-hit games. 2007 Recalled from Tacoma (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League on September 4th... Despite not being with the Major League club until September, was still tied for second on the team with two pinch-hits... Played the majority of season at Tacoma (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League... Recorded 55 extra-base hits (37 doubles, five triples, 13 home runs) with Tacoma, a minor league career-high, besting his previous high of 50 in 2003 (35 doubles, four triples, 11 home runs). 2006 Reed fractured his right thumb on July 2 and was placed on the 60-day disabled list. Before the injury, Reed had hit safely in 10 of 14 games with three home runs. Five of Reed's six home runs came on the road, with three against the Angels. Reed hit his first home run at Safeco Field on June 17 against San Francisco. Reed had a career-high 10-game hitting streak earlier in the season. 2005 Spent first full season in the Major Leagues...Was one of 14 rookies to appear with the Mariners...Youngest player on Mariners Opening Day Roster at 23 years, 9 months...Become only the third Mariner in franchise history to hit at least 30 doubles and fifth to appear in at least 140 games during rookie season...Among American League Rookies, finished first in games played (141), second in doubles (33), tied for second in outfield assists (7), third in hits (124), at-bats (488), and on-base percentage (.322), fourth in walks (48) and average (.252), tied for fifth in runs scored (61), fifth in slugging percentage (.352) and ninth in RBI (45)...Recorded 20 multi-hit games, including a season-high three hits six times and 14 two-hit games...Had 10 multi-RBI games, including one four-RBI game, two three-RBI games and seven two-RBI games...Season-high eight-game hit streak, hitting .385 (10x26), from April 4-14...Hit .312 (29x93) with 12 runs scored, 10 extra-base hits and 13 RBI in the month of May...Recorded first Major League home run with 2-out in the 9th inning off Steve Reed on May 26 at Baltimore...Hit back-to-back home runs with Bret Boone in the second inning off Doug Waechter on May 29 at Tampa Bay...had a career-high four RBI in the game...Had five hits in seven at-bats on Aug. 16-17 vs. Kansas City...Hit .308 (16x52) with nine runs, five doubles, a triple and five RBI from Sept. 2-19...Did not play after Sept. 27 due to a left wrist sprain that included a partially torn ligament. 2004 Acquired June 27 from White Sox...selected Sept. 6 from Tacoma...was one of 15 players to make their ML debuts for Seattle in 2004...made ML debut as pinch-hitter on Sept. 9...single in eighth inning Sept. 10 vs. Boston was first ML hit...appeared in 18 games, making 14 starts in center field (3 appearances as pinch-hitter)...hit safely in 11 of 14 starts and the Mariners were 10-4 in his of eight games were multi-hit games 9/20-29 - hit .500 (17x34) with 3 2B, 4 RBI over that span......hit .305 (71x233) with five home runs and 36 RBI in 61 games with Tacoma...hit .275 (76x276) with eight home runs and 37 RBI in 73 games with Charlotte...combined for 66 walks and only 58 strikeouts between pair of triple-A stops and the Majors. 2003 Named Topps Minor League Player of the Year after combining to hit .373 (173x464) with 11 home runs, 95 RBI and 45 stolen bases between single-A Winston-Salem and double-A Birmingham...his .373 average led the entire minor-league circuit (Matt Diaz of double-A Orlando/triple-A Durham was second at .354) and is the 11th-highest figure in the minor leagues since 1980...also led the minor leagues with a .453 on-base percentage and tied for fourth with 173 hits...was named to the Baseball America postseason Minor League and double-A All-Star Teams...also honored as the No. 1 Outfield Prospect in the minors by Sportsticker and the No. 3 Prospect in the Southern League by Baseball America... was successful 45 of 64 (70.3 percent) stolen base attempts...drew 70 walks and struck out only 36 times...was named to USA Baseball Olympic Qualifying Team, batting .250 with 1 home run and 3 RBI...earned Topps SL Player of the Month for August after hitting .434 (43x99) with 23 RBI...hit safely in 19 of his first 20 games at Birmingham, including a team-high 17-game hitting streak from June 21-July 12 (35x70/.500)...hit safely in 21 of last 22 games (.451/ 37x82) to raise average from .388 to .409, incl. a 13-game hitting streak to end the season. 2002 Began pro career at Class A Kannapolis and led club in average (.319), finished second with 11 hit-by pitch and third in stolen bases (17)...batted .370 (37x100) on the road... played all three outfield positions...compiled a 14-game hitting streak (.400, 22x55) from July 25-Aug. 7...cited by Baseball America in a postseason poll as the No. 21 Prospect in the White Sox organization.