Outfielder Jake Marisnick played for three teams in 2023 and played for six teams over the last three seasons. He found a new home for 2024, signing a minor league deal with the Angels in December.
Marisnick played only four games for the Dodgers, his third team of the season. He reached base in half of his six plate appearances with two singles and a hit by pitch. But less than a week after he signed with the Dodgers, Marisnick strained his left hamstring on July 18, and missed the remainder of the season on the injured list.
Over the entire season, which started with a minor league contract with the White Sox and included a trade to the Tigers, Marisnick hit .237/.280/408 with two home runs and an 85 wRC+ in 46 games and 83 plate appearances.
Twenty-four of his 25 starts came with the Tigers, in center field, and his other start came with Chicago in right field.
In his 11 major league seasons with the Marlins, Astros, Cubs, Padres, Pirates, White Sox, Tigers, and Dodgers, Marisnick is a .228/.281/.385 hitter with 65 home runs and 96 doubles in 877 games. He turns 33 in March.