Dominguez signed a minor league deal with the Cubs on SaturdayChris Cotillo of SB Nation reports. Domiguez hit .241/.275/.439 at Triple-A Pawtucket last season in the Red Sox system, so this signing is likely less about major league depth and more about rounding out Triple-A Iowa's roster and getting some veteran experience around prospects.
Dominguez was assigned to minor league camp on Tuesday, CSNNE's Sean McAdam reports. The 29-year-old outfielder was a long shot to make the team out of spring training, and he will bring a veteran presence to the Triple-A clubhouse in 2016.
Reds left fielder Chris Dominguez cleared waivers and has been outrighted to Triple-A Louisville, the team announced on Tuesday. Dominguez was designated for assignment on Monday.
The Reds announced they have recalled catcher Kyle Skipworth from Double-A Pensacola to fill the roster spot vacated with the trade of starter Johnny Cueto, in addition to designating utility man Chris Dominguez for assignment. Skipworth was with the Reds earlier in the season, but did not enter a game before being optioned in April. He was hitting .237 in 42 games at Double-A. Dominguez appeared in 14 games with the Reds, hitting .261 with two homers and five RBIs.
The Reds announced Sunday they have optioned outfielder Chris Dominguez to Triple-A Louisville, per the Cincinnati Enquirer. Dominguez, who was promoted to the majors on June 11, appeared in 11 games with the Reds and went 6-for-19 with a homer, triple, double and three RBIs.