From the Wire … Brad Snyder Outrighted Off Cubs 40-man Roster

According to a report from Carrie Muskat, the Cubs outrighted Brad Snyder off their 40-man roster Wednesday after he cleared waivers. Snyder became a free agent in the process.

The Cubs activated John Grabow from the 60-day DL on Tuesday … the big league roster now stands at 36 players.

Brad Snyder made his Major League debut in 2010 with the Cubs after a tremendous season with the I-Cubs.

Snyder hit .308/.381/.568/.949 in 132 games with in Triple-A with 37 doubles and 25 home runs. In 12 games with the Cubs, Snyder managed only five hits in 27 at bats (.185/.214/.222) with one double.

Snyder was named to the Topps Triple-A All-Star Team on Wednesday.

Brad Snyder’s Page on Baseball-Reference

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