(AP) - The Atlanta Braves made two moves on Sunday to reduce their roster to 37.
Manager Bobby Cox said no more cuts were expected until the Braves return to Atlanta for a pair of exhibition games at Turner Field against the Chicago White Sox next Saturday and Sunday.
Reliever Blaine Boyer was sent to Triple A Richmond after a spring in which he allowed only one earned run in seven innings.
Boyer pitched only twice last season before undergoing surgery to his right shoulder last April 18th.
The Braves also sent outfielder T-J Bohn to Richmond. Bohn was claimed off waivers from the Seattle Mariners in November and had14 at-bats with Seattle in 2006.
He hit .222 in spring training.