The Baltimore Orioles have re-signed outfielder Nate McLouth to a one-year $2mm deal, Brittany Ghiroll of MLB.com reports. The deal also includes $500k in incentives.
McLouth signed a minor league deal last season with the Orioles after being released in June by the Pirates. In 57 at bats with the Pirates, he hit .140/.210/.175 with 2 RBI's and a 9 OPS+.
The 30-year old McLouth, since his arrival to Baltimore, hit .268/.342/.435 with 7 HR's, 18 RBI's and a 111 OPS+ in 236 plate appearances.
In the ALDS against the Yankees, McLouth hit .318 with 1 home run and 3 RBIs.
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