Outfielder Todd Cunningham was claimed off waivers by the Angels on Friday, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports. A second-round pick by Atlanta in 2010, he hit just .261/.325/.337 in 97 games with Triple-A Gwinnett this season and disappointed further in a 39-game look with the big club. It's hard to imagine Cunningham will push for anything more than a reserve role in spring training, if he even survives Rule 5 roster cuts.
The Braves have demoted left fielder Todd Cunningham and middle infielder Daniel Castro to Triple-A Gwinnett to make room on the roster for newcomers Nick Swisher and Michael Bourn. Cunningham had just been brought up Friday. Castro managed nine hits in 30 at-bats in his short stint with the team.
The Braves recalled outfielder Todd Cunningham from Triple-A prior to Friday's game against the Marlins, per the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Cunningham saw 26 games of action with the Braves earlier this season, batting .239 with four doubles and four RBI in 71 at-bats.
The Braves have recalled outfielder Todd Cunningham from Triple-A Gwinnett, who is in the lineup Friday night against Miami. Cunningham earned 71 at-bats earlier in the year for Atlanta and posted a .239/.299/.296 slash line.
The Braves optioned outfielder Todd Cunningham to Triple-A Gwinnett on Monday. To take his spot on the roster, reliever Sugar Ray Marimon was recalled from Gwinnett. Cunningham hit .239 with four doubles, four RBI, nine runs and two stolen bases in 26 games for Atlanta. Marimon has a 6.14 ERA in four relief appearances this season for Atlanta.
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