Rotowire: Nov 19 / 6:12p ET
News: Brignac signed a minor league contract with the Marlins on Wednesday, Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reports.
Impact: Though the report doesn't state that Brignac's deal includes an invite to big league spring training, that's probably a safe assumption after the infielder was able to collect 81 at-bats with the Phillies in 2014. The Marlins' middle infield depth isn't especially impressive, so Brignac could have a legitimate case to a utility role if he submits a strong spring training. However, as a glove-first player with a .222/.266/.314 line across seven MLB seasons, Brignac won't offer much fantasy utility if he's able to claim a big league gig.