Reiman returns to Dunedin, roster currently at 24
LANSING - The Toronto Blue Jays have announced today that catcher Joey Reiman, who spent most of the 2005 season with the Dunedin Blue Jays, will be returning to the Sunshine State with Dunedin today. Reiman leaves Lansing after batting .148 in nine games for the Lugnuts. He drove in three runs for the club as well, all coming in a series the Lugnuts played in Southwest Michigan in mid-July.
Reiman's departure leaves Lansing with two catchers on the current roster and puts the Lugnuts' active roster at 24 players.
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