Snider signed a minor-league contract with Atlanta on Tuesday, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports. The 33-year-old is a long shot at best to make the team, as he hasn't appeared in a big-league game since 2015. In 630 career games at the highest level, he owns a modest .244/.311/.399 slash line. He spent time with the Diamondbacks and Marlins last season but never made either team's 40-man roster.
The Marlins released Snider on Aug. 27. Snider inked a minor-league deal with Miami in late July and was added to the organization's 60-man roster pool, but he never made a serious run at a promotion to the 28-man active roster. The 32-year-old, a former top prospect while coming up through Toronto's system, hasn't appeared in the majors since the 2015 season.
Snider signed a minor-league contract with the Marlins on Friday. The 32-year-old owns a respectable .244/.311/.399 slash line over parts of eight major-league seasons. The last of those seasons came all the way back in 2015, however, and he was out of affiliated ball entirely in 2018, playing for the Atlantic League's Long Island Ducks. He managed a strong .294/.402/.497 line for Triple-A Reno in the Diamondbacks' system last year, however, and could play a small role at some point in Miami this season.
Snider was released by the Diamondbacks on Friday, JJ Cooper of Baseball America reports. The 32-year-old journeyman was attempting to make it back to the majors for the first time since 2015. A first-round pick in 2006, Snider has a career .244/.311/.399 slash line.
Snider signed a minor-league deal with the Diamondbacks on Wednesday, Matt Eddy of Baseball America reports. Snider broke into the majors as a 20-year-old and spent parts of eight seasons in the big leagues, hitting a modest .244/.311/.399. He hasn't appeared at the highest level since 2015, spending the next two seasons in Triple-A and last season with Long Island in the Atlantic League. His strong .290/.374/.463 line there was enough for the 30-year-old to be given another shot at a major-league job, though the odds of him playing a significant role are low.