After five seasons away from the team, the Los Angeles Angels have re-signed outfielder Peter Bourjos to a minor league contract.
This past season, Bourjos began the season with the Atlanta Braves where he played sparingly which led to him being designated for assignment in April and re-signed to the minor leagues in May. In all, Bourjos find his way out of Atlanta after being designated for assignment for the second time in July. Bourjos would later sign a minor league deal with the San Francisco Giants shortly after and not play in the majors for the remainder of the season.
Bourjos, 31, will battle for a reserve spot in the Angels outfield this spring. His competition will be against Chris Young, Eric Young, Jabari Blash, and Michael Hermosillo.