Addison Reed

#43 RP / N.Y. Mets Mets / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 232 lb Age: 26 College: San Diego State Bats/Throws L/R

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    • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

      Mets acquire RP Addison Reed from Diamondbacks

      The Mets made another move to shore up their bullpen, officially announcing Sunday they have traded for Diamondbacks reliever Addison Reed in exchange for a pair of minor leaguers. Reed has spent time between the Diamondbacks and Triple-A this season, but the former closer has pitched better since being recalled on July 29. In 38 appearances, Reed is 2-2 with a 4.20 ERA and three saves, one season removed from a year in which he tallied 32 saves. The Mets sent right-handed pitchers Miller Diaz and Matt Koch to Arizona.

    • by Marty Gitlin |

      Report: Mets acquire RP Addison Reed from Diamondbacks

      The Mets have added reliever Addison Reed in a trade from Arizona, pending a physical, per Reed owns a 4.20 ERA on the year, but has performed better recently. He has allowed just two runs in his last 14 2/3 innings and has pitched scoreless ball in 11 of his last 12 appearances.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Diamondbacks summon RP Addison Reed from Triple-A

      Diamondbacks reliever Addison Reed was recalled from Triple-A Reno following Tuesday's game. Reed struggled this year with Arizona, as he lost his closer's job prior to being sent down to the minors on June 22. In 25 relief appearances with the D-Backs in 2015, Reed owns an unsightly 5.92 ERA. He's been better with the Reno Aces however, as he has a 1.74 in 11 games at Triple-A. He will take the roster spot of Randall Delgado, who was placed on the disabled list on Tuesday.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Diamondbacks RP Addison Reed pitching well at Triple-A

      Diamondbacks reliever Addison Reed has been seeing some positive results since being sent down to Triple-A on June 22. In eight games with Reno, the right-hander has converted four saves and owns a 2.45 ERA in 7 1/3 innings. Reed struggled with the D-Backs this season, and was ousted from his role as the closer prior to being demoted. With Brad Ziegler pitching well as the primary closer option for manager Chip Hale, it remains to be seen what the future holds for Reed.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      D-Backs fielding trade inquiries on Hill, Hellickson and Reed

      Diamondbacks veteran infielder Aaron Hill, starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson and former closer Addison Reed are all available as the trade deadline nears, according to Baseball Insider Jon Heyman. The Diamondbacks have fielded inquiries about all three players. Hill remains under contract through 2016 and is due to make $12 million next season. Hellickson has one year left of arbitration, while Reed has two years of arbitration remaining. Reed is currently pitching in the minors.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Diamondbacks demote former closer Addison Reed to Triple-A

      The Diamondbacks optioned former closer Addison Reed to Triple-A Reno on Monday. It's been a tough year for Reed, who lost his role as closer in mid-May. He is 2-2 with a 5.92 ERA in 25 appearances. He did pick up his third save last Monday against the Angels, tossing 1 1/3 scoreless innings in a 7-3 win. However, he was tagged for four runs in two-thirds inning Saturday against the Padres and has a 10.13 ERA in six appearances in June. The Diamondbacks acquired Reed in a trade with the White Sox in Dec. 2013. Arizona dealt third base prospect Matt Davidson to Chicago. Reed is 3-9 with a 4.73 ERA in two seasons with Arizona.

    • by Shawn Krest |

      Diamondbacks' Addison Reed makes adjustments, may return to closer

      Diamondbacks pitcher Addison Reed lost the closer's job after giving up a grand slam on May 13. Since losing the job, Reed has worked with Diamondback coaches to fix flaws in his mechanics. Among the most noticeable adjustments, Reed got rid of his leg kick and instead uses a slide step. "Everything feels good," Reed said, per "Each time I've gone out it's felt better every time. Now I'm not thinking about anything other than trying to throw strikes. Not thinking anything about mechanics, just going out there trying to throw strikes." Manager Chip Hale is satisfied with what he's seen and indicated that Reed would get to pitch in save situations again in the near future.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Diamondbacks RP Addison Reed gets win in relief on Friday

      Former Diamondbacks closer Addison Reed picked up a win in relief on Friday, as the D-Backs beat the Brewers 7-5. Reed entered the game in the seventh inning of a 4-4 tie. Arizona then scored a run in the top half of the eighth, making Reed the pitcher of record. "He did a great job," manager Chip Hale said, per "Used his slider and his fastball, located them." Reed (2-2) has now pitched three consecutive scoreless outings since being ousted as the team's closer.

    • by Marty Gitlin |

      Hale: Addison Reed out for now as Diamondbacks closer

      Right-hander Addison Reed has both Diamondbacks saves this season. Who will get the third is anybody's guess. Chip Hale has bounced Reed from the closer role, though he anticipates reinstating him once he finds his groove, per He added that veteran submariner Brad Ziegler could be an option unless he is needed earlier in a game, which indicates that the current plan is closer-by-committee. Reed has struggled throughout the year. He has allowed eight runs on 15 hits in 10 innings pitched. The last straw was Wednesday, when he blew a save by giving up four runs on three hits in one inning against Washington.

    • by Jason Butt |

      D-Backs P Addison Reed regrets pitch to Nats' Michael Taylor

      It didn't take long for Diamondbacks pitcher Addison Reed to know Nationals outfielder Michael Taylor was about to do some damage on a pitch he'd just released. Taylor, subbing in for the ejected Bryce Harper, took a 1-0 pitch deep to center field for a grand slam in the ninth inning. This became the difference in Washington's 9-6 win over the Diamondbacks. "The ball, the grand slam that went out, was belt-high and over the middle. I haven't gone back and looked at it, but I can almost guarantee it was belt-high," Reed said, via "Right out of the hand, it felt like a terrible pitch, and he did what he was supposed to do with it."

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