6:22pm: The deal will pay Hinske $1.35MM in 2011. The Braves will then choose between a $1.5MM club option for 2012 and a $100K buyout, according to David O'Brien of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (on Twitter).
4:31pm: Hinske will earn $1.45MM, according to Jon Heyman of SI.com (on Twitter).
1:42pm: The Braves re-signed utility man Eric Hinske to a one-year deal with an option, tweets David O'Brien of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports tweets that the deal includes lots of plate appearance incentives. Hinske chose between offers from the Braves and his hometown Brewers, apparently not finding the guaranteed two years he sought.
Hinske, 33, hit .256/.338/.456 with 11 home runs in 320 plate appearances this year. He logged innings at left field and first base, and has also played right field and third base in his career. He's a left-handed hitter who has been shielded from southpaws by his managers in recent years.
I'm surprised Hinske's agent couldn't find him a two-year guarantee, with recent comparables Geoff Blum and Ross Gload. But perhaps he only had interest in playing for the Braves or Brewers, limiting his leverage.