Found October 30, 2012 on PRO Rumors:
PLAYERS: David Ross
TEAMS: Atlanta Braves
The Atlanta Braves have already made contact with David Ross' agent to let him know the team is interested in bringing him back reports David O'Brien of the Atlanta Journal Constitution. He adds that Ross already made it clear that he wants to return with the Braves. Ross, 35, agreed to a two-year deal with the Braves back in 2010. This year, Ross hit .256/.321/.449 with 9 HR's, 23 RBI's and a 105 OPS+ in 196 plate appearances with the Braves. Image by Keith Allison under the Creative Commons License Agreement.
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