Adam Duvall was the lone position player the Miami Marlins added this offseason, hoping his power in the middle of the team’s lineup would boost a sluggish offense.

The outfielder’s tenure with the Marlins lasted 90 games.

The Marlins on Friday traded Duvall to the Atlanta Braves and received catcher Alex Jackson in return.

Duvall, who has a $7 million mutual option in his contract that includes a $3 million buyout if not picked up, led the Marlins and was tied for 16th in MLB with 22 home runs this season heading into Friday. His 68 RBI are the 11th most in the majors.