— A Marlins team has added a veteran outfielder.

As stated by MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal, Granderson will get $1.75 million if he makes ’s roster, even with the chance to add a second $250,000 in bonuses. 

— A Marlins team has added a veteran outfielder.

Curtis Granderson, a three-time All-Star with 15 decades of MLB experience, has already now signed a Minor League contract with the Marlins which comprises a invitation to big league Spring Training. As stated by MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal, Granderson will get $1.75 million if he makes ’s roster, even with the chance to add a second $250,000 in bonuses. 

Granderson, who turns 38 next month, brings loads of experience to the table for a in experienced Marlins roster. He is a candidate to start in left field, or at minimum receive ample playing opportunities with .

Back in 2018, Granderson began the season with the Blue Jays before a waiver trade on Aug. 31 delivered him into the Brewers, where he was a portion of his eighth postseason staff. Granderson is actually a former teammate of Marlins chief executive officer Derek Jeter.

Video: NLCS Gm5: Granderson delivers pinch-hit RBI dual

Even the Marlins have been on the marketplace for left-wing power, and Granderson has 332 career home runs, which is sixth among active players. Granderson has appeared in 1,919 matches, and he’s a career .252 hitter with 1,742 strikes and 903 RBIs.

On average players on the 40-man roster, along with prospects are encouraged.

Tweet out of @Marlins: The Miami Marlins now signed outfielder Curtis Granderson to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Major League Spring Training. Come welcome him in FanFest on February 9th into the 305! pic.twitter.com/P9VqkJkNLV

Granderson broke in with in 2004, and he stayed there until being dealt prior to the’10 season with . Granderson spent years at before registering for , where he played from’14 17. Granderson also played at’17.

Granderson could be your next significant roster addition the Marlins have made from yesteryear. Last Tuesday, the Marlins signed free-agent veteran infielder Neil Walker into some yearlong contract worth $2 million.

The Marlins have outfield doubt, together with centre fielder Le Brinson considered the sole lock to start on Opening Day. Brian Anderson can be a heart player who may play either right field or third base. In leftfield, Austin Dean can be still a potential newcomer, but Granderson could wind up being a left-handed-hitting alternate.

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