Berry signed a minor league contract with the Twins on Friday, Chris Cotillo of SB Nation reports. It will be the fifth team in the last two years for Berry, who spent all of last season in Triple-A. The 32-year-old is a career .265 hitter, but possesses decent speed, swiping 35 bags in the minors last season. He's a long shot for a reserve role at this point.
Berry has been released by the Blue Jays, reports Tim Dierkes. The base-stealing specialist just signed a minor league pact with the Jays on August 31, potentially putting him in line for a reprise of his past role (with the Tigers and Red Sox) as postseason pinch-running depth. Berry appeared in just 31 MLB games in 2013-15 and he hasn't played in the bigs in 2016, spending much of the year with the Angels' Triple-A affiliate.
Berry has been released by the Angels. Berry hit .270 with one home run and 32 RBI for Triple-A Salt Lake this season, but did record 35 steals. The 31-year-old will search elsewhere in hopes of a comeback.
Berry was reassigned to minor league camp Saturday, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports. Berry has played in a grand total of 31 major league games over the last three seasons and was most recently with the Cubs organization before being brought in as a non-roster invitee. He struggled mightily at the dish this spring, going just 2-for-22 (.091) with eight strikeouts and two walks. He'll head down to minor league camp and figures to add organizational depth in the outfield, but as a 31-year old minor leaguer, his odds of making a fantasy impact are very slim.
Berry signed a minor league contract with the Angels on Tuesday that includes an invite to spring training. The 31-year-old will get to make his case for a roster spot in the spring, but it seems likely Berry will continue to serve as depth within his new organization. While Berry still has good speed and can play all three outfield positions, his .225/.326/.282 line at the Triple-A level last season will make it hard for any big-league club to justify giving him at-bats.