Brignac Signed to Minor League Deal

The Phillies today announced they have signed infielder Reid Brignac to a Minor League contract with an invitation to big-league Spring Training.

Brignac, 27, hit a combined .185 with a .480 on-base-plus-slugging percentage in 98 plate appearances last season with the Rockies and Yankees. He has hit .221 with a .573 OPS in a six-year career with the Rays, Rockies and Yankees.

He has played shortstop, second base and third base in his career, as well as the corner outfield positions.

Brignac could compete for a utility infield job, although Kevin Frandsen and Freddy Galvis are expected to be the favorites for those two spots.


We would give mlni mart a run for the money


Competition for Michael Martinez.

Deciding should I renew tickets or not? This clinches it, I see a parade in our future.

193, 085 and 185… no it’s not directions to Iowa… it’s Reid Brignac’s yearly batting average the last 3 seasons. He’s spent alot of time on the interstate – and a full year on the local roads… nice signing!

what turns amaro on so much with players who hit below the mendozza line. what am i missing.

We need a new name for the line these guys hit below…. It’s not fair to Mendoza

how about the casper wells line, i think it is around .145

Again Amaro does not disappoint!!!

what value does he bring to the table? What is Ruben thinking? Scrap the bottom for bodies?

I think this guy was signed to reassure fans that Rube doesn’t have a clue what the *&^#@ he is doing. Somewhere out there MM is smiling and biding his time.

Ruben trying to add depth to the Phils Lakewood affiliate.

Amaro wants to sign only players who have the same line he had as a player…..

RAJ just wants players who hit worse then he did

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