The Washington Nationals lost to the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday by the score of 9-2. The loss dropped the Nationals to 41-36, but they are still in first place in the National League East. There is some news on the injury front, as Jeff Kobernus has been activated from the disabled list. The move will help infield depth at Triple-A Syracuse and could provide some help at the...
Within the past week, the Washington Nationals added veterans Jamey Carroll and Mike Fontenot to go along with Emmanuel Burris as potential candidates for the Nationals’ 25 roster. The Nationals have a need for middle infield depth, and these veteran signees go along with Danny Espinosa, Zach Walters, and Jeff Kobernus as players who will compete for these positions in spring training...
Must've been Peter Angelos at the controls for tonight's Nats-Orioles broadcast, sticking it to the Nationals yet again. Oh well, here's to hoping MASN spells Jeff Kobernus's name right the next time he gets the first Major League AB of his career.
(Screencap via MASN/TV)
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The Washington Nationals have called up utility man Jeff Kobernus from Triple-A Syracuse and designated right-hander Yunesky Maya for assignment.
The Nationals made the moves Saturday to put an extra body on the bench while second baseman Danny Espinosa takes a few days off because of a broken right wrist.
Kobernus was hitting .333 with one home run, 20 RBIs and 21 stolen bases...
Stay current with all the roster movement and personnel decisions with the TigsTown Transaction Blog. The Tigers made a surprise decision on Saturday when they elected to return Rule 5 selection Jeff Kobernus to the Nationals.
According to Danny Knobler of CBS Sports, the Tigers have returned infielder Jeff Kobernus back to the Washington Nationals.
Tigers announce they’ve returned Rule V draft pick Jeff Kobernus to the Nationals.
— Danny Knobler (@DannyKnoblerCBS) March 23, 2013
Selected in the Rule 5 Draft by the Boston Red Sox from Washington at the end of the Winter Meetings in Nashville. Kobernus...
LAKELAND, Fla. Jeff Kobernus, we hardly knew you.
After Saturday's 10-6 exhibition victory over the New York Yankees, the Tigers announced that they were returning Rule 5 pickup Jeff Kobernus to the Washington Nationals.
"He wasn't going to make our big league club.," Tigers president and general manager Dave Dombrowski said. "We did try to make a trade...
LAKELAND, Fla. Jeff Kobernus could very well be the most interesting position player to keep tabs on when Grapefruit League games begin Friday for the Tigers.
The Tigers obtained Kobernus a speedy infielder who is reacquainting himself with the outfield in a trade with the Boston Red Sox, who made him a Rule 5 draft selection out of the Washington Nationals organization in December...
Stay current with all the roster movement and personnel decisions with the TigsTown Transaction Blog. The Tigers added a pair of players in the Rule 5 draft via trades; second baseman Jeff Kobernus and left-hander Kyle Lobstein. They also acquired a player and lost two pitchers in the Triple-A portion of the draft.
The Detroit Tigers pulled off trades with the Red Sox for infielder Jeff Kobernus and with the Mets for lefty reliever Kyle Lobstein. Continue reading →