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Though the Washington Nationals stayed quiet at the non-waiver trade deadline, General Manager Mike Rizzo decided to make a move via waivers in August. He added former Chicago Cubs outfielder David DeJesus for a player to be named later.
DeJesus is an immediate upgrade at fourth outfielder over Roger Bernadina, who was released after the acquisition of DeJesus on Monday. DeJesus has a slash line of .249/.329/.400, fantastic for a player off the bench. Also, DeJesus provides another option for left handed pinch hitters, an assist to the struggling Chad Tracy.
The Chicago Cubs were motivated to trade DeJesus due to the money left on his contract next year and the remaining amount this year. Due to this, they decided not to ask for a prospect in return from the Nationals. Instead of receiving a player to be named later, the Nationals will pay a fraction of the waiver fee and will take on all of the rest of DeJesus’ contract. DeJesus is owed less than $1 million for the remainder of 201...
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David DeJesus traded to Tampa Bay for a player-to-be-named or cash.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. And so, as Nationals fans mourn the end of the David DeJesus Era, take a moment to reflect upon your favorite moments of his glorious four day career with the Nationals. More from his wife, on Twitter:
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David DeJesus’ wife Kim was the highlight of the trade deadline this season. The former Chicago Cubs outfielder’s name was the subject of a number of trade rumors on July 31, but he ended up staying put. Or should we say, he ended up staying put for a couple more weeks. Last month, Kim DeJesus […]
The Washington Nationals have acquired outfielder David DeJesus in a trade with the Chicago Cubs.
The deal bolsters Washington's bench as it tries to make an improbable late run for a playoff spot. Coming into the day, the Nationals trailed Cincinnati by 9 1/2 games for the NL's second wild-card slot.
The Cubs receive a player to be named. They also save about $2.5 million...
Do the Washington Nationals truly want David DeJesus? We're about to find out.
The Tampa Bay Rays have claimed DeJesus on revocable trade waivers, giving the Nats the chance to escape the approximately $2.5 million left on his contract, according to major-league sources.
The deadline for a resolution on DeJesus is 1 p.m. ET on Friday. A player who is claimed can be traded to...
The Tampa Bay Rays have acquired outfielder David DeJesus from Washington just four days after the Nationals picked him up from the Chicago Cubs.
Washington will receive a player or cash considerations in the deal announced on Friday.
DeJesus is expected to join the Rays before they host the New York Yankees on Friday night. He was acquired by the Nationals on Monday and played...
After bouncing from Chicago to Washington to Tampa Bay during the past week, David DeJesus can probably unpack his suitcase for the rest of the season. But you can't blame the guy if he doesn't settle in and get comfortable in his new surroundings just yet. He might still nervously eye the calendar until the waiver trade deadline of Aug. 31 passes.
The David DeJesus Era in Washington lasted all of four days. And never even made it to Washington.
The Nationals traded DeJesus to the Rays today for a player-to-be-named or cash considerations acquiring and then moving the veteran outfielder in a manner that only a Wall Street day trader could truly appreciate.
Monday's acquisition of DeJesus in a waiver-claim trade with the...
According to Marc Topkin the Tampa Bay Rays have acquired David DeJesus from the Washington Nationals. The team claimed DeJesus on waivers on Wednesday. The deal with the Nats is for a player to be named later or cash considerations.
The Nationals acquired DeJesus on Monday in a trade with the Cubs that was essentially a straight waiver claim, and then promptly placed him on revocable...
The Tampa Bay Rays acquired outfielder David DeJesus from the Washington Nationals, two days after claiming him on revocable trade waivers.
The Nats, who acquired DeJesus on Monday after claiming him on waivers from the Cubs, will escape the approximately $2.5 million left on his contract, according to major-league sources.
A player who is claimed on waivers can be traded to the...
The Cubs hope saving about $2.5 million after trading David DeJesus to the Nationals is only part of their latest look toward the future.
For starters the dealing of DeJesus for a player to be named will give other players a chance to prove they can help revamp a stagnant offense.
"The biggest thing is figuring things out offensively" general manager Jed Hoyer said Monday...
Outfielder David DeJesus has been claimed on revocable trade
waivers by an unspecified team, giving the Washington Nationals the
chance to escape the approximately $2.5 million left on his
contract, according to major-league sources.
- David DeJesus ends up going to the Rays, essentially confirming hat the Nationals weren't all that interested in DeJesus afterall and claimed him only in a hope to block him from another team. Instead they ended up with $2.5M committment that they were able to shift to the Rays. The Rays will throw a player to be named later or cash (more likely cash...
The Tampa Bay Rays have acquired outfielder David DeJesus from the Washigton Nations as part of a trade on Friday.
DeJesus, 33, will switch teams for the second time this season. Originally DeJesus began the season with the Chicago Cubs but was sent to Washington in mid-August.
The Rays will employ DeJesus as their fourth outfielder. In 87 games DeJesus is hitting .247...
The Rays signed outfielder Delmon Young to a minor-league deal
Thursday and are working toward a resolution on their waiver claim
of outfielder David DeJesus, according to major-league sources.
The Tampa Bay Rays have signed Delmon Young to a minor league deal, according to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports. The 27-year-old was released by the Phillies last week and will now return to the organization that selected him first overall in the 2003 draft.
Young played one full season in the major leagues with Tampa Bay before being traded to the Minnesota Twins in a trade that...