Twins' Addison Reed: Heads to Minnesota
Rosenthal added that Reed will receive slightly under $17 million over the two years. He will slide right into a late-inning setup role for the Twins, and could take over the ninth if Fernando Rodney falters. During the 2017 season split between the Mets and Red Sox, Reed posted a 2.84 ERA and 1.05 WHIP over 76 innings. His 76:15 K:BB was phenomenal, but he did have some trouble with the long ball, as he compiled a 1.3 HR/9 after two straight seasons where he gave up one home run per 18 innings.
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