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Rotowire: Feb 17 / 1:11p ET
News: Johnson and the Marlins have agreed to a minor league contract that includes an invite to major league spring training.
Impact: After electing to become a free agent back in October, Johnson will now rejoin the Marlins, looking for a shot to make the Opening Day roster. His extensive major league experience could help his bid, but he posted an ugly .235/.266/.348 slash line over 201 plate appearances for the Marlins last season. Johnson will likely be in the mix for the fourth and fifth outfield spots, along with the likes of Ichiro Suzuki and Jeff Baker.
StatsLLC: Feb 17 / 12:00a ET
News: Johnson has agreed to a minor league contract with the Miami Marlins and has been invited to big league spring training.
Impact: Johnson hit .235 in 187 at-bats last year, his 12th in the majors and first season with the Marlins. He will compete for a spot as a reserve outfielder. The agreement was announced Tuesday, three days before Marlins pitchers and catchers report.