The Mexican Yovani Gallardo already has a new team.
The veteran starter, who was discharged on Monday by the Brewers, with whom he had signed a one-year contract during the winter, has agreed to an agreement with the Reds, the club announced on Saturday.
To make room for Gallardo on the roster, the Cincinnati ninth sent right-hander Zack Weiss to Triple-A Louisville and designated receiver Stuart Turner for assignment.
Gallardo looked like a good backup for Milwaukee, but he was 0-1 with a 4.73 ERA in eight appearances in the Cactus League.
Gallardo, 32 years old, pitched for the Brewers from 2007 to 2014. He subsequently moved to the American League, where he has pitched for the Rangers, Orioles and Mariners. In 11 seasons as a Major League player, his mark is 113-93 with a career-best average of 3.93 in 1,722.1 innings of labor.