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When the Angels allowed Dan Haren to walk away for nothing, the immediate speculation was that he’d look to stay on the West Coast. There seemed to be a natural fit with the Padres, and though there were lingering questions regarding Haren’s health, it was clear he was going to get a shot somewhe...
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Nationals sign Dan Haren to 1 year, $13 Million deal.
Up above, video of Davey Johnson and Mike Rizzo talking about the Dan Haren signing, via CSNWashington.com. Video is here, also.
Davey: "I like his stuff. I like his competitiveness....I think he'll be one of the leaders on the staff"Rizzo: "We have a good core of four young starters, and a really...
A person familiar with the talks tells The Associated Press that free agent pitcher Dan Haren and the Washington Nationals are close to completing a one-year deal for $13 million.
The person spoke Tuesday at the baseball winter meetings under condition of anonymity because the deal wasn't finalized.
The Nationals had the best record in the majors last season. The NL East champions...
The Washington Nationals had arguably the best starting rotation in the bigs last year which helped them to a league best 98-64 regular season. We all know it starts up top with the young phenom Stephen Strasburg who was shut down in controversial style with over a month left in the regular season. But, one of the main reasons’s for the great overall starting pitching had to do...
The Washington Nationals have agreed to terms with free agent pitcher Dan Haren on a one-year contract reportedly worth $13 million. Haren struggled through injury and inconsistency with the Los Angeles Angels in 2012, posting a 4.33 ERA in 30 starts. The deal makes a great deal of sense for both Haren and the Nationals.
Washington had an open slot in the starting rotation with Edwin...
The Washington Nationals are almost always pursuing under the radar deals, and today's latest signing is no exception. Mike Rizzo and the Nats have penned a one-year, $13 million deal with former Angels and Diamondbacks starter Dan Haren, according to Ken Rosenthal.
Haren will surely move into the bottom half of the Nationals' starting rotation, replacing free agent Edwin...
By Tanner Shurtz - AngelsWin.com Columnist
On July 25, 2010 Tony Reagins made a trade with the Diamondbacks interim General Manager Jerry Dipoto. The trade was Dan Haren for Joe Saunders, Patrick Corbin, Rafael Rodríguez, and a PTBNL (Tyler Skaggs), Haren was under contract for 2011 and 2012 at $12.75MM per season with a club option for 2013 of $15.5MM ($3.5MM buyout), while...
How pretty will Dan Haren’s numbers be now that he’s a Nat? Photo courtesy of Yasky.
One of the best pitching staff’s in baseball has added a big name, as according to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports, the Nationals have signed Dan Haren to a one-year contract.
The immediate question as far as this site is concerned is simple: What does this do for his fantasy value? Personally...
Ben and Sam answer listener emails mostly (but not entirely) about things that happened on day two of the Winter Meetings.
The December 5th, 2012 edition of daily news for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim including Haren picks Nats over Halos, Angels pursuing McCarthy, no longer in on Dempster and much more...
The Story: Dan Haren signed a one-year, $13 million deal with the Nationals after turning down a one-year incentive-laden contract from the Angels.
The Monkey Says: The Halos offered Danny...
The Washington Nationals and right handed pitcher Dan Haren agreed on a one-year, $13 million deal reports Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports. The deal is pending physical.
Back in November, the Angels declined Haren's $15.5 million option paying the $3.5 million buyout and making him a free agent.
The 32-year old right hander went 12-13 with a 4.33 ERA, 4.24 FIP, 7.2 K/9, 1.9 BB/9 and...
So all the exciting Winter Meetings deals are gonna come on the last day? It's like Frank and Zach from MTV's Challenge have taken over the Winter Meetings and ruined them too. Give me back Evan and Kenny and CT! In the words of T.J. Lavin, they killed it! Sorry, I didn't have any balloons set up to fall when Sean Burnett signed a deal. Maybe Greinke will finally...