Pitcher – Free Agent
2015 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
There was no outlook written for Steve Reed in 2015. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Steve Reed Contract Information:
Signed to a $1.05 million, one-year contract, which also includes a club option for 2006, in January of 2005. Reed gets a $900,000 salary in 2005, and the deal includes a $1.25 million mutual option for 2006 with a $150,000. He also can earn $250,000 in performance bonuses.
The Orioles designated Reed for assignment before Thursday's game, the Baltimore Sun reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Steve Reed.
Reed surprisingly had one of the worst seasons of his career in 2005 after leaving the thin air of Coors Field, and at 41 he'll be hard-pressed to find steady work in 2006.
With his 40th birthday around the corner, Reed's three straight seasons of 60+ IP may not hold up, but he will be valuable in middle-to-late relief wherever he goes. Reed isn't going to rack up many strikeouts, but he certainly won't hurt your ERA and contributes holds in leagues that count them.
The Rockies let Reed go after the '03 season, as they began their payroll purge, but later re-signed him at a cut-rate price. He's probably got another season or two left in the tank, and should be worth the end-game dollar, if you need a reliever pitcher late in the draft.
A perfectly acceptable late-round end-game pick in deep single-league pools. Keep in mind that his ERA benefited from him pitching in Qualcomm and Shea Stadium.