Sources: Uggla agrees to deal with Giants, will report to Triple-A

Three days after being released by the Atlanta Braves, Dan Uggla has reportedly agreed to terms with the San Francisco Giants.

Dan Uggla was relesed by the Braves after batting .162 in 48 games this season.

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According to FOX Sports Senior MLB Writer, Ken Rosenthal, the San Francisco Giants have agreed to terms with struggling second baseman Dan Uggla.

The move comes only three days after the 34-year-old second baseman was released by the Atlanta Braves. The three-time All-Star is hitting .162 with two home runs, 10 RBI and 13 runs in 48 games for the Braves this year.

In 2011, the Braves extended Uggla's contract for five years and $62 million. He is due $13 million next season.

Uggla will report to Triple-A Fresno.

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