Reid Brignac

3B / Atlanta Braves / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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      Braves' Reid Brignac: Assigned to minor league camp

      Brignac has cleared waivers and will be assigned to Triple-A Gwinnett, Kevin McAlpin of 680 The Fan reports. After getting designated for assignment Friday, Brignac will elect to remain in the organization, rather than become a free agent. A backup infielder for one of the most offensively-challenged teams in baseball likely wasn't going to get much attention on the free agent market anyway.

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      Braves' Reid Brignac: Designated for assignment Friday

      Brignac was designated for assignment by the Braves on Friday, Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports reports. Many of the Braves' infield options have been struggling at the plate this season, and Brignac was no different. In his limited at-bats, the 30-year-old could only muster a .207 batting average with three runs and a lone RBI. This performance led the Braves to send him off the 40-man roster, presumably in favor of younger players in the organization. A corresponding move has yet to be made, but Atlanta will likely need a new reserve infielder while Brignac heads to the minors to act as organizational depth.

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      Braves' Reid Brignac: Goes 2-for-2 in loss

      Brignac went singled and doubled in his two at-bats while scoring two runs and driving in another in Tuesday's 12-9 loss to the Pirates. Brignac came off the bench to replace Kelly Johnson and helped give hope to the Braves during a seventh-inning rally, but the team ultimately fell short to drop to 9-29 on the season. Johnson and Erick Aybar remain the Braves' primary starters in the middle infield, but Aybar in particular has been dreadful at the dish this season and could surrender more at-bats to Brignac in the near future.

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      Braves' Reid Brignac: Not in Sunday's lineup

      Brignac is out of the lineup Sunday against the Diamondbacks. Brignac has made back-to-back starts at the hot corner, but will give way to Daniel Castro on Sunday, while Chase d'Arnaud takes over at second base. Look for the infield shuffle to continue in Atlanta, as the Braves have used seven different players to occupy the starting second and third base jobs this season.

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      Braves' Reid Brignac: Will start Tuesday

      Brignac is in the lineup and batting sixth for Tuesday's game against the Mets. Brignac will start for the second straight day after having his contract selected by Atlanta on Monday. Although he went 0-for-4 in his Brave debut, he had been crushing the ball at the Triple-A level, going .329/.422/.400, and his versatility should allow him to find playing time in a struggling Braves lineup.

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      Braves' Reid Brignac: Contract selected by Braves on Monday

      Brignac's contract was selected by the Braves on Monday and he is in the starting lineup for Monday's game against the Braves, batting sixth and playing second base. Brignac has been torching minor league pitching to the tune of an .822 OPS, so the Braves decided to reward him as a part of their flurry of roster moves. Brignac may not see consistent time in the starting lineup, but his versatility will help him get more time when the regulars need off days.

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      Braves' Reid Brignac: Collects walk and RBI

      Brignac went 1-for-3, collecting a walk and RBI in Triple-A Gwinnett's 2-0 win over Norfolk on Thursday. Brignac had a solid spring, going 10-for-35 with eight RBI and three runs scored. However, the 30-year-old infielder is a career .219 hitter in 857 major league at-bats and given the fact that the Braves have plenty of depth at third base, it is unlikely he will get a call-up this season.

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      Braves' Reid Brignac: Signs a minor league contract with Braves

      Brignac signed a minor league contract with the Braves that includes an invitation to attend spring training. Brignac played a bit in the Marlins last year, but was designated for assignment and became a free agent after hitting a lowly .077 in 17 plate appearances. Brignac doesn't bring much to the table in terms of hitting, but his ability to play almost every position could help him compete for a spot on the big-league roster during spring training.

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      Report: Marlins INF Reid Brignac joining Triple-A New Orleans

      Veteran utility infielder Reid Brignac has accepted an assignment from the Marlins to Triple-A New Orleans rather than opting for free agency, per SB Nation. The 29-year-old Brignac was outrighted after going 1-for-13 to start the season. Miami is the fifth team for which he has played since 2012.

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      Marlins outright 3B Reid Brignac to Triple-A

      Infielder Reid Brignac was outrighted to the Marlins' Triple-A team in New Orleans on Monday, per Brignac, who was designated for assignment on Friday, had just two hits in 13 at-bats for the Marlins this season. Brignac can reject the demotion in favor of free agency since he's been outrighted in the past. Brignac is a career .219 hitter over parts of eight seasons with five teams.