ATLANTA (AP) — Outfielder Peter Bourjos and utility player Ryan Flaherty have agreed to one-year contracts with the Atlanta Braves following their releases from other teams late in spring training.

Bourjos played last season with Tampa Bay and hit .223 with five homers and 15 RBIs in 100 games. The 30-year-old was cut last week by the Chicago Cubs.

Flaherty played only 23 games last season with the Baltimore Orioles, missing nearly three months with a right shoulder strain. The 31-year-old saw action at every infield position except first base, as well as left and right field. Flaherty had been in camp with Philadelphia.

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