10-Year Veteran Infielder Elects Free Agency

Veteran utility player, Charlie Culberson, has concluded his second tour with the Atlanta Braves.

Despite being a beloved player among fans, Culberson's recent tenure with the team was marked by limited playing time.

After being designated for assignment on Father's Day, the same day his father was scheduled to throw out the first pitch, he briefly returned to the Braves in May before being designated again.

Subsequently, Culberson was outrighted to Triple-A Gwinnett, but he chose to exercise his right to free agency instead of accepting the assignment.

This decision comes as no surprise, as the 34-year-old infielder had not made a single appearance for the Braves during his nearly month-long stay on the active roster.

Throughout his career, Culberson has showcased his versatility by playing multiple positions, including third base, shortstop, and second base.

Despite his departure from the Braves, Culberson now looks to explore new opportunities by signing a minor league contract with another organization.

Over his 10-year career, the 34-year-old holds a .248/.293/.386 triple-slash line, with 30 home runs, 145 RBIs, 21 stolen bases, and 140 runs scored across 585 games played. Photo Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports