Steve Reed (baseball)


Steve Reed (baseball)

Infobox MLB retired
name=Steve Reed


position=Pitcher
bats=Right
throws=Right
birthdate=birth date and age|1965|3|11
Los Angeles, California
debutdate=August 30
debutyear=by|1992
debutteam=San Francisco Giants
finaldate=July 5
finalyear=by|2005
finalteam=Baltimore Orioles
stat1label=Win-Loss record
stat1value=49-44
stat2label=Games pitched
stat2value=833
stat3label=Earned run average
stat3value=3.63
teams=
* San Francisco Giants (by|1992)
* Colorado Rockies (by|1993-by|1997)
* San Francisco Giants (by|1998)
* Cleveland Indians (by|1998-by|2001)
* Atlanta Braves (by|2001)
* San Diego Padres (by|2002)
* New York Mets (by|2002)
* Colorado Rockies (by|2003-by|2004)
* Baltimore Orioles (by|2005)
highlights=
* Led NL in games pitched in 1994 with 61

Steven Vincent Reed (born March 11, 1965 in Los Angeles, California) is a relief pitcher in Major League Baseball who is currently a free agent. He went to Lewis-Clark State College. A submarine-style pitcher, Reed has played for numerous baseball teams, including the Colorado Rockies, Cleveland Indians, Atlanta Braves, to whom he was traded with along with fellow relief pitcher Steve Karsay from Cleveland for former Major League Pitcher John Rocker in 2001, the New York Mets, San Diego Padres, and the San Francisco Giants. His career stats as of May 18, 2006 are:49 W, 44 L, 3.63 ERA, 18 S, 630 K's, 285 BB, in 833 games (870 innings).

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