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Finally. It only took until February, but Edwin Jackson has a home. Almost 24 hours ago the Washington Nationals reported via Twitter that they agreed to employ Jackson for his pitching services this coming season. Now, as we do with every notable major league signing, let’s look at the fantasy impact of Jackson’s move to Washington. To do that, let’s first take a look at Jackson’s career stats in the context of where he’s played, and where he’s played is an extensive list that deserves a post of its own. In nine major league seasons, Jackson has already donned six different major league uniforms (or seven if you count the Devil Rays and Rays as separate entities), and the Nationals will add one more to that list. Jackson’s career has been looked upon my many, and probably most, as disappointing. He has a 60-60 career record with a 4.46 ERA and 1.48 WHIP. It doesn’t get much more average than that (though the WHIP is pretty terrible). But, if you take out Jackson’s first four se...
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