From the Collection: Jeremy Reed, cf, Mariners/Mets/BlueJays/Brewers (2004-2011)

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Jeremy Reed was the 2nd round pick of the White Sox in the 2002 draft.  He hit the ground running, and in 2003 was the MiLB Player of the Year after hitting .373 with a crazy .453 OBP between A and AA Ball.  He was still putting up solid numbers in AAA ball in 2004 when he was traded to Seattle, where he would end the season on the big league roster.

He would spend most of 2005 with the big league club, and while his bat was just a tick below average his defense was excellent.  He would lose much of 2006 to injures, and never really get another chance at a full time job.  I assume that injures were a major reason that he struggled like he did post-2005.

I am happy to say that Reed is not letting his skills go to waster.  He is currently the Brewers Hitting Coordinator.   I am sure that he had a lot to teach the younger players in the organization.

Year Age Tm Lg G AB HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP OPS OPS+
2002 21 CHW-min A 57 210 4 32 17 5 11 24 .319 .377 .825
2003 22 CHW-min AA,A+,Fal 131 464 11 95 45 19 70 36 .373 .453 .990
2004 23 CHW-SEA-min AAA 134 509 13 73 25 9 59 56 .289 .361 .797
2004 23 SEA AL 18 58 0 5 3 1 7 4 .397 .470 .935 149
2005 24 SEA AL 141 488 3 45 12 11 48 74 .254 .322 .675 84
2006 25 SEA AL 67 212 6 17 2 3 11 31 .217 .260 .637 65
2007 26 SEA-min AAA 135 564 13 64 14 9 47 73 .300 .354 .806
2007 26 SEA AL 13 17 0 0 0 0 0 3 .176 .176 .471 24
2008 27 SEA-min AAA 38 149 6 21 6 1 16 14 .349 .413 .970
2008 27 SEA AL 97 286 2 31 2 3 18 38 .269 .314 .674 82
2009 28 NYM NL 126 161 0 9 0 3 14 36 .242 .301 .605 63
2010 29 CHW-TOR-min AAA 85 323 8 36 3 4 31 49 .279 .342 .754
2010 29 TOR AL 14 21 1 3 1 0 2 8 .143 .217 .503 35
2011 30 MIL-MIN-min AAA 40 118 1 6 4 1 12 17 .203 .280 .585
2011 30 MIL NL 7 7 0 0 0 0 0 2 .000 .000 .000 -100
8 Yrs 483 1250 12 110 20 21 100 196 .252 .309 .663 78
162 Game Avg. 162 419 4 37 7 7 34 66 .252 .309 .663 78
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 2/23/2015.
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