Braves Are Acquiring Veteran Closer From The Angels

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The Atlanta Braves received some valuable bullpen support in the trading time frame.

According to ESPN's Jeff Passon, the Braves turn to angels closer to Iglesias,

who finished last season with 34 defenses and 2,83 ERAs.

Iglesias signed to four-year contract, last with a cycle of $58 million winter lights

And he's still owed $48 million in a settlement. Atlanta will reportedly take the remaining money.

The 32-year-old has converted 16 of 19 defending attempts this season into 35.2 work rounds with 3.17 ERAs and 1.06 whips.

It is the latest step in an active time frame for the surviving World Series champions.

The Braves also brought in players outside Tiger Robbie Grossman and former All-Star pitcher Jake Odorizzi on Monday,

$212 million for Austin Riley's third baseman, paying off a 10-year contract.