Peter Bourjos returns to Los Angeles Angels on minor-league deal
Outfielder Peter Bourjos will attempt to resume his career back where it began.
Bourjos agreed to a minor league deal with the Los Angeles Angels, according to the Orange County Register.
Bourjos, 31, was put on waivers by the Atlanta Braves in late April last season to make room for highly touted outfield prospect Ronald Acuna Jr..
He retyurned to play 18 more games between May 31 and June 27, but didn't play after that. He finished the season with nine hits in 44 at-bats and one home run.
The Braves had signed Bourjos to a $1 million, one-year contract on March 25 after being cut by the Chicago Cubs toward the end of spring training.
Bourjos was drafted by the Angels in the 10th round in 2005 and cracked the major league lineup in 2010. He was traded to the St. Louis Cardinals in 2013.