This has to be the wildest Braves offseason I can remember. A lot of great players have left the organization, but even more have joined. It will look different this season, but I can guarantee they’ll be a hell of a lot better than the team that won the World Series last year.
One under-the-radar move the Braves made yesterday was the addition of Phill Gosselin.
Braves in agreement with free-agent infielder Phil Gosselin on minor-league deal, source tells @TheAthletic
— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) March 19, 2022
Gosselin spent his first three years in the majors as a utility man for the Braves, which is what he’s primarily been his entire career. However, he did start a lot for the Angels last season, appearing in 104 games and hitting .261 with seven homers.
Most likely, Gosselin is just organizational depth, but I would expect to see him at some point this year if injuries occur.