According to reports from Jesse Rogers and Bruce Levine, the Cubs signed outfielder Quintin Berry to a minor league contract. Berry will report to Triple-A Iowa.
Berry has not played in the majors this year. Berry signed a minor league contract with Boston in January and has spent the year with Triple-A Pawtucket.
Quintin Berry can play all three outfield spots. The left-handed outfielder played in 10 games for the Red Sox last year and did not get a hit or reach base in two plate appearances.
Berry played in 94 games for the Tigers in 2012. Berry batted .258/.330/.354 with 10 doubles, six triples and two home runs for a .684 OPS.
Over three seasons in the majors, Quintin Berry has played in 117 games and put together a .266/.337/.369 line with 10 doubles, six triples, two home runs and a .706 OPS.
The 30-year old outfielder hit .228/.329/.287 in 106 games for Pawtucket this year with seven doubles, a triple and four home runs.
Quintin Berry played in 13 games for the eventual World Series Champion Red Sox in 2013. Berry was 5-for-8 with a home run, a walk, three stolen bases and five runs scored.