This isn't a bad idea; Reyes isn't old, and he's posted fairly good minor-league numbers. He doesn't throw particularly hard, but he's not a complete junkballer either, and he's a lefty. He soaked up a bunch of innings last year - not particularly well, but he did a better job than his 5.57 ERA indicated, with an xFIP about a run lower. As things stand, he arguably should get a shot at a big-league job this year, although that's an indictment of the Bucs' rotation more than anything else. He probably would have been better served to go to a team that needed more bullpen help, but the Pirates have decent depth there. Still, he might get a shot at a bullpen job out of Spring Training - it would be easy to see the Bucs taking him north instead of someone like Tony Watson.