Found November 27, 2011 on
MLB Trade Rumors:
The Nationals have re-signed catcher Carlos Maldonado, according to Bill Ladson of MLB.com (via Twitter). The move was first reported by El Universal (Spanish link).
Maldonado, 32, hit .234/.361/.342 in 38 games with Triple-A Syracuse this season. The veteran also spent four games on the Nats' varsity squad in 2011. Maldonado has been with Washington since signing with the club as a free agent in March of 2010.
BEST OF MAXIM
Today, we begin a new five-part series, one where we evaluate the biggest surprises on the Washington Nationals 2011 roster. This isn't about the moments; we've covered that already. It's about the individual performances that just made us sit back and say "wow." Remember, surprises can be good or bad, so don't be thrown off!
On the docket for today...
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