Braves Outfielder Elects Free Agency

He's looking for a new team after spending just one season with the Atlanta  Braves. 

Outfielder Alex Dickerson has elected free agency.
Dickerson signed a one-year, $1 million contract last March with the Braves and wound up slashing just .121/.194/.212, with one home run, two RBIs, and three runs scored over 13 games in the majors this season. He was designated for assignment in late April. 

The thirty-two-year-old has really struggled to hit in the majors over the last couple of seasons and will have a hard time finding a major league contract this offseason. 

Overall, Dickerson has a slash line of .255/.325/.460, with 40 home runs, 132 RBIs, seven stolen bases, and 136 runs scored over 339 games played. He's spent time with the San Diego Padres, San Francisco Giants and Braves. 
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