Trade with Dodgers headlines flurry of Atlanta Braves early-June moves

The Atlanta Braves have made multiple additions to the organization so far this month.
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So far during the month of June, the Atlanta Braves have been active in terms of making moves, in particular at the minor league level.

In all, the Braves have signed five different free agents during June so far, four of which came at the minor league level. The lone player that was a major league free agent signing was third baseman Brian Anderson, who made his Braves debut with an at-bat Wednesday in Boston.

Alongside those five free agent signings, the Braves also made a trade earlier this month, as they acquired a minor leaguer from the Los Angeles Dodgers for cash.

Let's take a look at each of those minor league signings, as well as where each now join the Braves organization.

Atlanta Braves acquire five different minor league players in early-June

Elio Campos, Utility Player

The aforementioned trade with Los Angeles came June 1 when Atlanta acquired Campos, a 20-year-old utility player, for cash.

A native of Venezuela, Campos has not yet seen time within the Dodgers organization so far this season, with his last in-game action coming during the 2023-24 Venezuelan Winter League across five games with Tigres de Aragua. Prior to that, the 20-year-old's lone professional action has come from 2021-23 with the DSL Dodgers where he has slashed a combined .308/.408/.342 with 51 RBI and 34 SB.

Campos was recently assigned to the DSL Braves back on June 1, and has yet to appear in a game at the time of writing.