The Marlins waived infielder Wilson Valdez Friday after he hit just .232 in 35 games for Triple-A New Orleans. He signed with the independent Atlantic League Camden Riversharks Saturday.
Wilson Valdez will not make the Marlins' roster, as he has lost the utility role competition to Chris Valaika, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports. Valdez, 34, hit an atrocious .206/.236/.227 for Philadelphia last year and mustered just eight hits and a .174/.296/.196 batting line in 55 plate appearances this spring.
The Marlins signed infielder Wilson Valdez to a minor-league contract on Saturday, less than 24 hours after he was released by the Giants. Valdez, who hit just .206 in 77 games with the Reds last season, will report to Miami's major-league camp.
The Giants continued to shape their roster by releasing infielder Wilson Valdez and relief pitcher Ramon Ramirez on Friday. Both players were competing for a spot on the opening day roster, but struggled during Cactus League play.
The Giants signed shortstop Wilson Valdez to a minor league deal Tuesday. Valdez played in 77 games with the Reds in 2012, batting .206 in 194 at-bats.