Josh Anderson Signs Minor-League Deal With Atlanta

Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that the Braves have signed outfielder Josh Anderson to a minor-league contract and assigned him to Triple-A.  This is Anderson's second go-around in Atlanta, having played 40 games for the Braves in 2008.

Anderson has a .272/.313/.352 line in 519 major league plate appearances with the Royals, Tigers, Braves and Astros from 2007-09.  Since being non-tendered by Kansas City over the winter, Anderson played in the Reds and Brewers' minor league systems this season.  Milwaukee released him last Friday.


3 Responses to Josh Anderson Signs Minor-League Deal With Atlanta Leave a Reply

  1. How could you forget to report his “Never Allowed in the Majors Ever” clause?

  2. larryboy2 5 years ago

    What does “Never Allowed in the Majors Ever” clause mean? I think his speed would be an asset to the team.

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