Chris Heisey OF LAD 20 Days

The Reds traded Heisey to the Dodgers on Tuesday, Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.com reports.

Right-handed pitcher Matt Magill will go to Cincinnati in the deal, per Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com. Heisey wore out his welcome with the Reds by batting just .222/.265/.378 in 119 games (299 PA) last season. While this move just seems to further crowd the Dodgers' outfield situation, it is likely a precursor to other moves, though it still seems unlikely Heisey will serve as anything more than a reserve with his new club.

Chris Heisey OF LAD 21 Days

Heisey is a potential non-tender candidate by the Reds before Tuesday's deadline, MLB.com reports.

Heisey is coming off a miserable season, hitting just .222/.265/.378 in a year when the Reds desperately needed help in left field. He's arbitration-eligible, which makes him a non-tender candidate.

Chris Heisey OF LAD 4 Months

Heisey picked up a rare start Saturday against a right-handed starter and went 1-for-3 with a stolen base.

Heisey has continued to regress in 2014 after a down year in 2013, hitting just .222/.272/.356 in spot duty over 225 at-bats. Now 29 years old, we're no longer looking for Heisey to fulfill any untapped potential.

Chris Heisey OF LAD 5 Months

Chris Heisey clubbed a solo homer in Saturday's loss to the Yankees.

It was the only offense of the day for the Reds. Heisey didn't play much in June, but he's hitting .355 (11-for-31) with two home runs and two doubles this month. He's worth a try where available in deeper formats.

Chris Heisey OF LAD 6 Months

Chris Heisey went 3-for-3 with a walk, a run scored, and a stolen base Tuesday against the Cubs.

The three hits tied a season-high. Heisey had just three hits in his last 29 at-bats coming into Tuesday's action, so this was nice to see. Still, he'll need to string together more performances like this one to get increase playing time.

Chris Heisey OF LAD 7 Months

Chris Heisey doubled three times and walked in seven plate appearances against the Nationals on Monday.

The Reds have often picked Skip Schumaker over Heisey as Jay Bruce's replacement lately, though they could certainly use Heisey's power in the lineup with their best slugger missing. Still, it's not like Heisey was making much of a case for playing time: he entered the day with a .175 average and no RBI in 40 at-bats this month.

Chris Heisey OF LAD 9 Months

Chris Heisey delivered a walkoff RBI single in the Reds' 1-0 defeat of the Cardinals on Wednesday.

A three-hour rain delay gave way to an outstanding pitchers' duel between Tony Cingrani and Michael Wacha -- two exciting young National League Central starters. The game was tied 0-0 when Heisey came on as a pinch-hitter with the bases loaded and punched a ball into left field, past the Cardinals' five-infielder setup. Heisey is capable of hitting his way into more playing time but for now he's not really fantasy-relevant.

Chris Heisey OF LAD 9 Months

Chris Heisey blasted his league-leading sixth Cactus League homer on Friday, powering the Reds to a 9-3 win over the Royals.

He finished the afternoon 2-for-3, also tripling and scoring a run. With Ryan Ludwick struggling, Heisey could see considerable playing time in left field early in the season, and could be worth a look in the later rounds of mixed league drafts.

Chris Heisey OF LAD 9 Months

Chris Heisey went 2-for-3 with his spring training-leading fifth home run Saturday.

Heisey is hitting a scorching .412 and raised his RBI total to 11. The outfielder doesn't currently have a starting job - Ryan Ludwick is considered the starting left fielder for the Reds - but Heisey might be forcing the issue with his scalding spring.

Chris Heisey OF LAD 9 Months

Chris Heisey went 2-for-3 with a three-run home run against the Dodgers on Thursday.

Heisey took Paul Maholm deep in the third inning, his fourth of the spring. He has been on absolute fire in the Cactus League. Still, playing time will be hard to come by for Heisey as he is outranked by four other outfielders on the Reds' roster.