New York Mets reported this Sunday, August 29 that Josh Reddick has been released from his contract with the organization just a few days after signing it. The veteran of a thousand battles of the MLB had achieved a negotiation for Minor Leagues (MiLB) with the Queens but the situation did not transpire.
Josh Reddick has been out of MLB organization after the New York Mets severed the contract it had with him as their Minor League (MiLB) player.
The outfielder arrived at the Metropolitans at the beginning of August just after the Arizona Diamondbacks also released him from the agreement they had and which at the beginning was also for MiLB and later rose to Las Mayores.
The former Houston Astros only had 38 plate appearances during the 11 games he played at Triple-A Syracuse, the Mets Minor League branch, and he didn’t fare very well as he hit a low .182.
Josh Reddick has 13 years of experience as a MLB player, during which time he has worn the colors of the Boston Red Sox, Houston Astros, Oakland Athletics and Arizona Diamondbacks.
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