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Braves sign Luis Guillorme to one-year deal, avoid arbitration with Huascar Ynoa

The Braves add another bench player to the mix with the addition of veteran infielder Luis Guillorme.

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The Atlanta Braves announced Friday that they have agreed to one year contracts with right-hander Huascar Ynoa and infielder Luis Guillorme. Ynoa was arbitration eligible and will make $825,000 for the 2024 season. Guillorme signs on for a reported $1.1 million. He spent the last six seasons with the New York Mets.

Max Fried and A.J. Minter are the last two Braves’ players that are arbitration eligible. Teams and players will exchange arbitration figures next week on January 12. Ynoa missed all of the 2023 season while recovering from Tommy John surgery.

Guillorme is a utility infielder that saw action mostly at second base and third base in 2023. He appeared in 54 games with New York last season and hit .224/.288/.327 with a 70 wRC+. He has a .261/.344/.333 line for his career in 823 plate appearances.

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