Reds And Catcher Discussing Reunion

He spent the first eight seasons of his career with the Cincinnati Reds. 

Mark Sheldon of reports that the Reds and catcher Tucker Barnhart have been discussing a potential reunion.
Barnhart is reportedly looking for a team where he can serve as the primary catcher. The only problem with returning to the Reds then, is that Tyler Stephenson is already the team's locked-in catcher of the future. However, if Barnhart does join the Reds, that can enable the team to use Stephenson at the designated hitter position more often, which could help reduce the injury struggles he experiences every year.

In his first season away from the Reds, Barnhart slashed .221/.287/.267, with one home run, 16 RBIs and 16 runs scored over 94 games with the Detroit Tigers.
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