Inciarte signed with the Yankees for the minor leagues

Venezuelan outfielder Ender Inciarte agreed with the New York Yankees to a minor league contract for the following MLB season.

Starting last season he started it with the Atlanta Braves, who released him at the end of July.

The Creole was later acquired by the Cincinnati Reds, who sent him to the minor leagues until they released him at the end of the season.

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The 31-year-old Venezuelan, winner of the Gold Glove, batted .215 with 2 homers, 10 RBIs and 11 runs scored.

During 8 seasons in the best baseball in the world, Inciarte has a record of .280 average, with 874 indisputable, 42 homers, 263 RBIs, 446 runs scored and 118 stolen bases.

In this way, the mules try to find depth in the outfield due to the injury of Aaron Hicks and possible departure of Brett Gardner as a free agent.


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