The team announced Friday that Culberson will receive an invitation to the big league camp in spring training as part of the deal.
Culberson was not offered a new contract by the Braves at the recent deadline, making him a free agent rather that going through arbitration. The 30-year-old Culberson decided to return to the team where he spent the last two seasons, combining to hit .267 with 17 homers and 65 RBIs.
He'll be coming back from a grisly injury sustained with two weeks to go in the 2019 regular season, when he was struck in the face by a pitch while attempting to bunt. He was left with multiple facial fractures but is expected to make a full recovery.
Culberson's versatility is his major asset for the two-time NL East champions. He can play every position in the infield and outfield, in addition to pitching three games in a mop-up role for the Braves.