Avery, the toolsy outfielder famously coaxed out of a commitment to the University of Georgia, was drafted in the 2nd Round in 2008 and made his major league debut last season. He had played sparingly in camp, walking 4 times and striking out 8 in 16 plate appearances.
Belfiore, the return from the Diamondbacks in the Josh Bell trade, had a successful 2012 (his first full year as a reliever) culminating in a well-regarded performance in the Arizona Fall League. He appeared in 4 games, striking out 6 and walking 1.
Clark, the veteran groundball artist, did not disappoint on that front, inducing 12 groundouts in 7 innings of work. The UMBC alum and Newark, DE native earned Buck Showalter's praise and has become something of a darling among the beats.
See you soon, lads.