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Johnson agreed to a minor league contract with a spring training invite with the Braves, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports.

Johnson spent 2014 with three different AL East clubs, splitting major league time with the Red Sox, Yankees, and Orioles as he slashed a line of .215/.296/.362 in 106 games. The Braves have some infield depth, and given the 32-year-old's struggles at the major league level over the past few seasons--he hasn't hit above .235 since 2010, he could begin the season in the minors though he'll get the chance to crack the big league roster in the spring.

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Johnson is not in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Blue Jays, according to Eduardo Encina of the Baltimore Sun reports.

Johnson started the last four games, but he will be held out Saturday with the Orioles starting nine right-handed hitters against Blue Jays starter J.A. Happ. Jonathan Schoop will get the start at second base Saturday, and Alexi Casilla will man the hot corner.

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Johnson went 3-for-5 with a home run in Tuesday's win over the Yankees.

Johnson had not started since September 15, and he may have done himself a favor in hopes of making the team's post-season roster. Johnson is battling for an infield spot with Jimmy Paredes and Ryan Flaherty, according to MASN Sports. Johnson has made seven starts in the month of September since joining the Orioles and his .217/.296/.370 slash line on the season is not impressive next to Paredes, who has surged since joining the Orioles in late-August.

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Johnson will make his first start for the Orioles Wednesday, MASN Sports reports.

Johnson will play third base for Baltimore. He figures to split time with Jimmy Paredes and Ryan Flaherty at third base for the remainder of the season. Johnson enters the game with a .212/.290/.354 line while splitting time with the Yankees and Red Sox this season, prior to Saturday's trade to Baltimore.

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Johnson was traded to the Orioles on Saturday, The Baltimore Sun reports.

Johnson was part of a trade that also sent minor league pitcher Michael Almanzar to the Orioles in exchange for Jemile Weeks and Ivan DeJesus Jr. He will presumably take over third base for the Orioles, who recently lost Manny Machado for the season, allowing Chris Davis to move back to first base or DH. Johnson is batting .160 with just one RBI in 25 at-bats in August for the Red Sox.

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Johnson (groin) was activated from the 15-day disabled list Thursday, Alex Speier of WEEI.com reports.

Johnson was acquired by the Red Sox in a trade that sent Stephen Drew to the Yankees. He will take the roster spot of Mookie Betts, who was optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket on Thursday. Johnson's playing time may be limited with his new team, however, as the team already has Will Middlebrooks and Brock Holt at third base and Dustin Pedroia at second.

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Yankees placed INF/OF Kelly Johnson on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left groin.

Johnson suffered the injury during Tuesday's win over the Rangers. It's not clear how long he'll be sidelined, and even when Johnson returns he faces an uphill battle for playing time following the acquisition of Chase Headley.

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Kelly Johnson will undergo an MRI after leaving Tuesday's game against the Rangers with a groin injury.

It's been a bad 24 hours for Johnson, as the groin ailment was preceded by the Yankees acquiring Chase Headley to take over at third base. The Bombers should have an update on Johnson's condition on Wednesday.

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Kelly Johnson smacked his sixth home run of the season in Friday's extra-inning loss to the Orioles.

Johnson belted his solo shot off opposing starter Miguel Gonzalez in the third inning. He continues to have a rough year at the plate, slashing .215/.302/.387 with six homers and 20 RBI.

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Kelly Johnson blasted his fifth home run of the season in Friday's win over the Red Sox.

Johnson's two-run blast off Brandon Workman in the fourth inning put the Yankees ahead 3-0 and they'd never look back. He finished the night 1-for-2 and also drew a walk, raising his season slash to .229/.304/.412.