Boston Red Sox & Oakland Athletics Complete Trade

In a recent trade, the Boston Red Sox have acquired infielder Pablo Reyes from the Oakland Athletics in exchange for cash considerations.

Reports suggest that the 29-year-old player is set to be called up from Triple-A Worcester by the Red Sox on Saturday.

This move coincides with Bobby Dalbec being sent down to Triple-A prior to the game against the St. Louis Cardinals.

Reyes, who previously made appearances with the Milwaukee Brewers last season before joining the Athletics on a minor league deal, has been showcasing promising performance in the current season.

While playing for the A's Triple-A affiliate, he has maintained a batting average of .257 along with an impressive on-base percentage of .385 and a slugging percentage of .351. Additionally, Reyes has hit one home run and successfully stolen three bases in 21 games.

The acquisition of Reyes brings valuable versatility to the Boston Red Sox, as he can play various positions on the field.

For his minor-league career, the 27-year-old holds a solid .274/.350/.419 triple-slash line, with 67 home runs, 383 RBIs, 140 stolen bases, and 434 runs scored across 799 games played. Photo Credit:  Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports