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Marquis has signed with the Reds on a minor league deal with an invite to spring training.

Marquis spent his 2014 season in the Phillies minor league system, though he was released in August after posting an unimpressive 4.63 ERA with the Triple-A club. The 36-year-old hasn't appeared in the majors since 2013, and hasn't performed particularly well in his most recent stints, but he'll have a shot to make the big league roster in spring training.

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The Phillies released Marquis from his minor-league contract on Sunday.

The Phillies weren't considering promoting the 36-year-old to the big leagues when rosters expanded Monday, so the team decided it was in their best interest to part ways with the veteran. Marquis posted a 4.63 ERA over 46.2 innings with Triple-A Lehigh Valley, mediocre numbers that probably won't generate heavy interest from other teams looking to bolster their pitching staffs in September.

Jason Marquis SP CIN 6 Months

Manager Ryne Sandberg said the Phillies have not discussed bringing Marquis up to the majors, CSN Philly reports.

Marquis just returned from the disabled list at Triple-A Lehigh Valley on Wednesday. He allowed four runs on eight hits over five innings in his first start since straining his oblique last month. It is likely the Phillies will give him a look after he has a chance to shake off the rust in the minors.

Jason Marquis SP CIN 6 Months

Marquis (oblique) has been activated from the DL at Triple-A Lehigh Valley and will start Wednesday's game.

On the shelf since July 22 with an oblique strain, the 35-year-old will return to the mound for the first time in over three weeks. He has not pitched in the majors this season but has impressed in five minor league starts, going 2-0 with a 1.84 ERA in 29.1 cumulative innings. If he continues to pitch well, he could make a couple starts for the last-place Phillies in September.

Jason Marquis SP CIN 6 Months

Jason Marquis has been placed on the disabled list at Triple-A Lehigh Valley due to a strained right oblique.

Marquis' contract included an opt-out on July 31, but the injury figures to keep him around for a little while longer. The 35-year-old right-hander has a 2.22 ERA over his first four starts in Triple-A.

Jason Marquis SP CIN 7 Months

Jason Marquis will start for Triple-A Lehigh Valley on Friday.

Marquis was signed to a minor league deal back on June 3, but he's been at extended spring training while he works his way back from Tommy John surgery. The veteran right-hander will give the Phillies some organizational depth.

Jason Marquis SP CIN 8 Months

Phillies signed RHP Jason Marquis to a minor league contract.

Marquis, 35, is currently making his way back from Tommy John surgery last August. He'll report to extended spring training Wednesday and could serve as depth for the starting rotation if he continues to make progress in his rehab.

Jason Marquis SP CIN 8 Months

FOX Sports' Jon Morosi reports that Jason Marquis (elbow) will throw for scouts on Friday.

Marquis auditioned for the Padres back in March but still hasn't signed on with anyone. The veteran starter is coming back from July Tommy John surgery but is hoping to be part of some team's rotation during the second half of the season.

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Sirius XM's Jim Bowden reports that Jason Marquis (elbow) auditioned for the Padres Sunday.

Bowden says that Marquis was "impressive" in the throwing session. The veteran right-hander is seven months removed from Tommy John surgery and is expected to be game-ready by June. With Cory Luebke (elbow) out for the season and Joe Wieland's (elbow) status up in the air, the Padres could sign Marquis for depth purposes. The 35-year-old had a 4.05 ERA in 20 starts for San Diego last season.

Jason Marquis SP CIN Aug 15 '79

Padres activated RHP Jason Marquis from the 60-day disabled list.

Marquis promptly declared for free agency. Marquis underwent Tommy John surgery in July and will likely be sidelined late into the 2014 season, a status that will obviously suppress his open market appeal. The sinkerballer posted a 4.05 ERA over 20 starts for the Friars this past season.