BEN REVERE RUMORS & GOSSIP

Would the Blue Jays be Interested in a Reunion with Ben Revere?

“Thank you, Jesus.” I kid you not – that was the first reaction Ben Revere had back in 2015 when he learned he had been traded from the Philadelphia Phillies to the Toronto Blue Jays (in this hilarious post-game interview from Game 5 of the ALDS). Revere effectively went from a basement apartment in Philly to the penthouse suite in Toronto. He made an impact post-trade deadline...
Via Blue Jay Hunter
14 hours ago

Ben Revere Not Tendered Contract, Becomes Free Agent

One injury-riddled season with centerfielder Ben Revere might be enough for the Washington Nationals, who made him the only arbitration-eligible player not retained by the team. He now becomes a free agent. Acquired in exchange for Drew Storen, Revere never got into the swing of things with the Nats. In fact, he injured his oblique swinging in his first at-bat of the season. He went...
Via CBS DC
1 day ago

Ross, Revere, Asche among 35 new free agents

NEW YORK (AP) Tyson Ross, an All-Star pitcher for San Diego two years ago, was among 35 players who became free agents when their teams declined to offer 2017 contracts on Friday. Washington outfielder Ben Revere and Philadelphia outfielder Cody Asche also were among those cut loose along with Arizona catcher Welington Castillo and pitcher Rubby De La Rosa; Baltimore pitcher Vance...
Via Associated Press
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Nationals don't tender contract to OF Ben Revere

WASHINGTON (AP) The Washington Nationals did not tender a contract to outfielder Ben Revere before Friday's deadline, making him a free agent. The Nationals announced Friday that Revere was their only arbitration-eligible player who wasn't offered a contract. Shortstop Danny Espinosa, outfielder Bryce Harper, third baseman Anthony Rendon and right-handed pitcher Tanner Roark were...
Via Associated Press
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Nationals non-tender Ben Revere, tender contracts to four other arbitration-eligible players...

Washington tendered contracts to four of their five arbitration-eligible players this afternoon, but the Nationals non-tendered outfielder Ben Revere.Washington Nationals GM Mike Rizzo and Co. in the Nats front office locked up backup catcher Jose Lobaton last night, avoiding arbitration with the veteran catcher. Lobaton reportedly got $1.575M for 2017 after he played for $1,387,500 in 2016.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
1 day ago

Nationals decline to tender the contract of Ben Revere

Ben Revere was brought to Washington in the hopes he could solve the centerfield and lead-off issue that plagued them the previous year. After just
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
1 day ago

Nationals non-tender Ben Revere, tender Danny Espinosa

The Washington Nationals will not tender outfielder Ben Revere a contract, choosing not to head to arbitration with a player who hit .217 in 2016, but would be awarded more than $6 million in arbitration for the 2017 season. The decision does not preclude Revere, who will become a free agent, from returning to the […]
Via Nationals Journal
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Wire Taps: How Nationals can beat Cubs; Ben Revere could be back with Nats; Best outfield options

Catch up on the last 24 hours in Nationals news as you wait to see what Mike Rizzo and Co. try to do to bring a World Series to Washington, D.C. in 2017...With a potential lockout looming, the Hot Stove's state can currently be described as tepid -- keep waiting, folks! And while you wait, enjoy some links.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
4 days ago

What should the Nationals do with Ben Revere?

When the Nationals traded Drew Storen to the Blue Jays for Ben Revere last January, they thought they were solving two problems: unloading the disgruntled Storen, whose psyche and season crumbled once Jonathan Papelbon arrived, and finding a replacement for the soon-to-be departing Denard Span in center field. Revere was a left-handed contact hitter for […]
Via Nationals Journal
November 01, 2016  |  Discuss

Ben Revere’s Water Jug Celebration Fails When He Dumps It On Himself (Video)

Ben Revere’s intentions were good. His execution, however, was a little more suspect. The Toronto Blue Jays outfielder was in the mood to celebrate Sunday afternoon and for good reason. The Blue Jays walked off for yet another win against the Tampa Bay Rays, setting off a wild celebration inside Rogers Centre. Revere figured he’d do his part by bringing the water cooler to the...
Via NESN.com
September 28, 2015  |  Discuss
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