Jack Hannahan is the latest player involved in the I-71 shuffle.
The veteran infielder has agreed to a two-year deal with the Reds, club announced Thursday.
Hannahan will join Shin-Soo Choo and Jason Donald as former Indians to land in Cincinnati this week. Cleveland sent Choo and Donald to the Reds as part of a three-team, nine-player trade on Tuesday that relocated center fielder Drew Stubbs to northeast Ohio.
The Indians, planning to hand over the reins at the hot corner to Lonnie Chisenhall, non-tendered Hannahan earlier this month. Indians general manager Chris Antonetti said the club maintained interest in bringing the third baseman back to Cleveland, but Hannahan said he saw the writing on the wall.
"I had two great years in Cleveland," Hannahan told MLB.com two weeks ago. "I love playing in Cleveland. I love the fans of Cleveland, and I have a lot of respect for [president] Mark Shapiro and Chris Antonetti. I really believe in what they're doing there, as far as getting a team that can contend and play in October."
In addition to third, Hannahan made cameos at shortstop and first base last season, so in Cincinnati, he could provide relief to Zack Cozart or Joey Votto when necessary. Hannahan, who turns 33 in March, batted .244 with four homers and 29 RBIs in 105 games in 2012, despite being hindered by a nagging back injury. A year earlier, he hit .250 with eight homers in 110 games.
Hannahan joined the Indians as a Minor League free agent prior to the 2011 campaign, but worked his way into the starting role when Donald, the front-runner to nab the gig, broke his hand.