Outfielder Adam Duvall rejoined the Atlanta Braves on a one-year, $3 million contract Thursday.

The free agent spent parts of five seasons in Atlanta before suiting up for Boston in 2023.

Duvall, 35, batted .247 with 21 home runs and 58 RBIs in 92 games with the Red Sox.

He is a career .232 hitter with 184 homers and 536 RBIs in 922 games with five teams, including Atlanta (2018 to 2022).

Duvall set career highs with 38 home runs and a National League-best 113 RBIs during a 2021 campaign split between the Braves (55 games) and Miami Marlins (91 games).

He was a 2016 All-Star with the Cincinnati Reds and won a Gold Glove and a World Series with Atlanta in 2021.