BALTIMORE (AP) — The Toronto Blue Jays signed veteran outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. to a one-year deal ahead of Tuesday night's game in Baltimore.
Bradley, 32, was released by his Boston Red Sox on Thursday. 210 with three homers and 29 RBIs in 92 games this season.
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"Every year is a challenge. You experience different things," said Bradley. "Obviously I didn't have the aggressive year I was hoping for."
Bradley said. He signed a two-year, $24 million deal with Milwaukee in March 2021 and played one season with the Brewers. He was then traded to Boston in December to play his second stint with the Red Sox.
Bradley was his MVP of the 2018 AL Championship his series.
Mr. Bradley, from Richmond, Virginia, said his family often visits Camden Yards, and Tuesday is no exception.
"My mother was on board," he said.
The Blue Jays drafted right-hander Matt Peacock with the option of infielder Otto Lopez to the Triple-A Buffaloes.
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