Curtis Granderson headed to Blue Jays on 1-year, $5 million deal

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Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports that the Blue Jays have signed Curtis Granderson to a one-year, $5 million contract.

Granderson finished last season with the Dodgers after he was traded to Los Angeles by the Mets in August. All told, Granderson slashed a solid, albeit unspectacular.212/.323/.452 with 26 home runs in 2017 while seeing time in all three outfield positions.

Curtis Granderson will have a 15th Major League Baseball season. The Dodgers left him off their World Series roster after he struggled in the playoffs, going just 1-for-15 at the plate. He'll play with an AL team for the first time since doing so for the 2013 Yankees.

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He has hit.252 with 319 homers and 865 RBIs over 14 seasons.

The Blue Jays outfield now has Steve Pearce, Kevin Pillar and Teoscar Hernandez from left to right with the versatile Ezequiel Carrera able to play each spot.

With the departure of Jose Bautista through free agency and a current four-man outfield of Kevin Pillar, Steve Pearce, Teoscar Hernandez and Ezequial Carrera, the Jays have been looking to improve.