Source: Angels, Bourjos reunite on Minors deal

November 17th, 2018

The Angels are bringing back outfielder on a Minor League deal,'s Maria Guardado confirmed. The deal was first reported by the Orange County Register. Boujos will be in the mix to fill a bench role as the club's fourth outfielder next season.
The 31-year-old veteran, who was selected by the Angels in the 10th round of the 2005 Draft, last played for the club in 2013. He debuted in 2010 and hit .251 with 24 homers, 89 RBIs and 41 stolen bases in 354 games across four seasons with Los Angeles.
The Angels dealt Bourjos and to the Cardinals after the 2013 season in exchange for and , and Bourjos has since passed through six organizations -- the Phillies, White Sox, Rays, Cubs, Braves and Giants.
In limited action with the Braves last season, Bourjos hit .205/.239/.364 in 36 games. He was designated for assignment by Atlanta in June and signed a Minor League deal with San Francisco in July, but finished the season with Triple-A Sacramento.