Marlins officially add Brandon Kintzler, Matt Joyce to roster as Spring Training approaches

MIAMI -- Right-hander Brandon Kintzler and the Miami Marlins have finalized a one-year contract that guarantees $3,275,000.

Miami also completed a $1.5 million, one-year deal on Monday with outfielder Matt Joyce, who can earn an additional $250,000 in performance bonuses.

Kintzler, 35, gets a $3 million salary next year, and the Marlins have a $4 million team option for 2021 with a $275,000 buyout. If he is traded, the option price would escalate to $5 million with a $500,00 buyout.

Kintzler was 3-3 with a 2.68 ERA in 68 relief appearances last year for the Chicago Cubs, allowing 45 hits and 13 walks in 57 innings, with 48 strikeouts. An All-Star in 2017, he is 20-20 with a 3.37 ERA in 10 big league seasons that included time with Milwaukee (2010-15), Minnesota (2016-17), Washington (2017-18) and Chicago (2018-19).

The 35-year-old Joyce hit .295 with 10 doubles, seven home runs and 23 RBIs in 238 plate appearances for the Atlanta Braves last season. He batted .340 (16-for-47) with 18 RBIs with runners in scoring position and was 4-for-12 with three doubles at Marlins Park, where he has a .289 average with three homers in 53 plate appearances.

Joyce was an All-Star with Tampa Bay in 2011. The lefty batter has a .243 average with 145 homers and 482 RBIs in 12 seasons with Detroit (2008), Tampa Bay (2009-14), the Los Angeles Angels (2015), Pittsburgh (2016), Oakland (2017-18) and Atlanta.

Miami cleared roster spots by designating left-handers Jose Quijada and Jarlin Garcia for assignment.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.