Braves Utility Player Joining Free Agency

The twenty-eight-year-old is joining the free agent market after just one season with the Atlanta Braves.

Travis Demeritte has elected free agency.
Demeritte got off to a great start with the Braves this season but started to slide offensively, leading to his eventual replacement at the end of May by rookie phenom Michael Harris II, who took over as the starting outfielder. 

The twenty-eight-year-old slashed .213/.260/.337, with three home runs, six RBIs, and nine runs scored over 26 games this season.

Over his three seasons in the majors, Demeritte has posted a .216/.277/.328 slash line, with six home runs, 20 RBIs, three stolen bases and 38 runs scored over 92 games between the Detroit Tigers and Braves.

He'll look to latch onto a new team this off-season.
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