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D-backs add 4 players to Triple-A roster in Rule 5 draft

NASHVILLE -- The Diamondbacks bolstered their farm system by selecting four players Thursday in the Triple-A phase of the Rule 5 Draft.

The players added to Reno's roster are catcher Eduardo de Oleo (New York Yankees), infielder Robelys Reyes (St. Louis Cardinals) and outfielders Chad Oberacker (Oakland A's) and Devin Harris (San Francisco Giants).

De Oleo, 22, hit .237 with 14 doubles, 3 home runs and 20 RBI in 56 games with Short-Season A Staten Island and Single-A Charleston in 2015. He threw out 39 percent of attempted base stealers. He has a career batting average of .236 in five seasons with the Yankees' farm system.

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Reyes, 25, hit .248 with 21 steals in 120 games last season with Single-A Palm Beach and Double-A Springfield. He has a .285 career average in six seasons in the Cardinals' organization.

Oberacker, 26, was named to the 2015 Texas League midseason all-star team with Double-A Midland and hit .294 with five home runs, 44 RBI and 19 stolen bases. He is a career .260 hitter in five years in the A's system.

Harris, 27, batted .240 with 14 home runs and 60 RBI in 119 games with Double-A Richmond in 2015. In six seasons in the Giants' organization, he has a .243 career average with 81 home runs.