CINCINNATI -- The Reds claimed an outfielder on Friday and announced more Spring Training invites.

Outfielder Jeff Fiorentino was picked up off waivers from the Orioles, which brought the Reds' 40-man roster to 39 players. Fiorentino batted .282 with 15 home runs, 65 RBIs, a .346 on-base percentage and a .445 slugging percentage in 2007 for Double-A Bowie.

A former third-round Draft pick, Fiorentino was designated for assignment by Baltimore on Wednesday. Considered a good defensive player with speed, he has 32 games of Major League experience in 2005-06 and batted .253 (21-for-83) with one homer and 12 RBIs.

Right-handed pitcher Jim Brower, infielders Jolbert Cabrera, Andy Green, and Andy Phillips and left-handed pitcher Adam Pettyjohn agreed to Minor League contracts and were invited to the big league camp as non-roster players.

A veteran of parts of nine big league seasons, Brower appeared in three games last season for the Yankees, but spent most of the year in Triple-A. Cabrera, a .258 career hitter over seven seasons, last played in the Majors in 2004 and spent last year in the Rockies and Cardinals organizations.

Green spent parts of 2004-06 with the Diamondbacks and carried a .199 average. Phillips batted .292 in 61 games for the Yankees last season, playing a majority of his games at first base. Pettyjohn's only big league season came in 2001 with the Tigers. In 28 starts with the Brewers' Double-A and Triple-A teams, he was 16-6 with a 4.07 ERA, 34 walks and 137 strikeouts.

The transactions brought the total to 54 players that will be in Reds camp when Spring Training opens on Feb. 16 in Sarasota, Fla.