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The Washington Nationals have expressed interest in shopping 29-year-old outfielder Denard Span. The idea would be if the Nationals could trade Span they would be able to clear some space to go after a big name free agent this off-season.
One big name free agent that the Nationals could possibly be interested in is outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury, who is asking for quite the payday. Ellsbury would be an obvious upgrade from Span, but the price will cause the Nationals to reach deep into their pockets. I’m not sure if Washington is willing to give up a solid player like Span to acquire a hefty contract that could backfire on them in the long run.
Span slashed .279/.327/.380 along with 4 homers & 47 RBI in 2013. He swiped 20 bases out of his 26 attempts & led the MLB in triples (11) as well. Wherever the Nationals trade him, the team receiving Span will have a huge pick up. His contract is very manageable as well, as he is set to make $6.5 million in 2014, which includes a $9 milli...
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After a season in our nation’s capital, outfielder Denard Span may find himself on the move once again. According to Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com, the Nationals will listen to offers on the center fielder as they pursue free agent Jacoby Ellsbury.
The former Twin, enjoyed a solid season in his first test of National League ball last year posting a batting line of .279/.327/.380...
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Only a year after acquiring him, the Nationals appear willing to listen to trade inquiries on center fielder Denard Span, officials on other teams say.
The flexibility on Span could be related to a potential corresponding move, and it was reported here that the Nationals were one of many teams interested in free-agent center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury.
Though the Washington Nationals have a multitude of needs this offseason, Center Field is not one of them. The Nationals have a surplus of Center Fielder’s in the Major League and Minor League levels, and do not plan on adding any in the near future. Here, is why they should at least consider moving someone that is currently on the roster.
At the moment, Denard Span is the starting...
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