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Presley, 30, has bounced around quite a bit in recent years. He got a chance with the Brewers, but was only able to post a .198/.271/.293 batting line in 129 plate appearances. Presley showed promise earlier in his career with the Pirates, but has never been able to sustain success at the major league level.
As for Elmore, 29, this represents his fifth-straight season of action in the majors, each of which have come with different organizations. He’s just a lifetime .215/.277/.288 hitter but is valued for his defensive versatility and contact ability. Elmore was hitting .320/.428/.380 over 182 Triple-A plate appearances on the year, with 26 walks against 19 K’s.