The Staten Island FerryHawks of the Atlantic Leage of Professional Baseball have signed former New York Mets minor leaguer Alfredo Reyes to a contract for the 2022 season, today the team Tweeted.
The Mets inked Reyes as an international signing back in 2010. Reyes played with the Brooklyn Cyclones in the 2014 and 2015 seasons.
He has played a total of 670 minor league games across nine campaigns, batting .236 in 2219 at bats.
The 6-foot-2 middle infielder brings a combination great speed and experience to the FerryHawks, with 182 career stolen bases to his credit.
Staten Island also inked Jose Velez and Kacy Clemens over the last few days.
Velez, a New York, N.Y., native who sports a career E.R.A. of 2.96 over nine seasons pitched, has formerly played for the Miami Marlins and the Minnesota Twins organization, reaching as high as the Double-A level with the Twins.
Clemens, the FerryHawks first signing in their young history, is the son of MLB star pitcher and ex-New York Yankee Roger Clemens and has played three years of affiliated ball and two in the independent leagues such as the Consolation Energy League and American Assocation, clubbing a total of 39 home runs in 1396 at-bats in 398 contests.
— Jerry Del Priore