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Rangers acquire lefty Detwiler from Nationals

Texas has completed a trade to acquire left-hander Ross Detwiler from the Washington Nationals for two minor leaguers. The Rangers announced Friday that they have sent infielder Chris Bostick and right-hander Abel De Los Santos to Washington in exchange for the former first-round draft pick. While Detwiler spent last season in the bullpen, he is expected to get a chance to earn a...
Via AP on Fox
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Nationals Trade Ross Detwiler To Rangers

In an offseason filled with rumors of earth-shaking deals, the Washington Nationals’ first was only a mild tremor: The team sent miscast lefty Ross Detwiler to the Texas Rangers in exchange for 2B/SS Chris Bostick and RHP Abel De Los Santos. Detwiler’s time in Washington was fraught with frustration. Picked sixth overall in 2007, he never lived up to his draft status. He struggled...
Via The Nats Blog
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Source: Rangers acquire lefty Detwiler from Nats for 2 prospects

The Texas Rangers have a deal in place for a potential addition to their starting rotation. Texas is set to acquire left-hander Ross Detwiler from the Washington Nationals for two minor-league players, a baseball official familiar with the deal said Thursday night. That person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because there was no announcement by either team...
Via AP on Fox
10 days ago  |  Discuss

AP source: Rangers acquiring Detwiler from Nats

A baseball official familiar with the deal says that the Texas Rangers have an agreement in place to acquire left-hander Ross Detwiler from the Washington Nationals. The person spoke on condition of anonymity to The Associated Press on Thursday night because there was no announcement by either team before leaving the winter meetings in San Diego. The deal is pending the review of...
Via AP on Fox
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Nationals’ Detwiler Dealt to Rangers

Photo Credit: Thursday, Jeff Todd of MLB Trade Rumors reported that Washington left-hander Ross Detwiler was traded to the Texas Rangers. In return, the Nationals acquired two minor leaguers. Right-handed pitchers Abel De Los Santos and infielder Chris Bostick. Neither player has played above High-A ball at this point in their respective careers. In losing Detwiler...
Via DC Sports-Kings
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Nationals trade Detwiler for 2 minor leagues

Left-handed pitcher Ross Detwiler was the first round pick, sixth overall, in the Major League Baseball draft, selected by the Washington Nationals seven years ago. Now, his time with the team has come to an end. The Nats traded Detwiler to the Texas Rangers for two minor leaguers whose names have not been released, though apparently one is an infielder and the other is a relief...
Via DC Pro Sports Report
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Nats tender all 10 arbitration eligible players

As expected, the Washington Nationals have tendered contract to all ten players on their roster who were arbitration eligible.  The only two that had question marks were 2B Danny Espinosa and P Ross Detwiler.  Given the fluid situation at second base right now, Espinosa was considered to be a foregone conclusion.  The big question mark was on Detwiler. Detwiler was Washington...
Via DC Pro Sports Report
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Nationals Rumors: Ross Detwiler camp suggests a trade

Washington Nationals reliever Ross Detwilerhas made no secret about the fact that he wants to start, and if he cannot do so for his current team in 2015, he would prefer getting a chance elsewhere. Nationals beat writer James Wagner of the Washington Post reports that Detwiler's camp has suggested that the Nationals look to trade the left-hander to a team on which he has a legitimate...
Via Sports Rumor Alert
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Nationals Rumors: What is Washington going to do with Ross Detwiler?

With the National League East setting up to battle to the end, with no team really being able to stay firmly in the lead, it is going to come down to who has the strongest depth on their team. Which usually means whose bullpen can hold the game in a must win situation. The Washington Nationals have just such a predicament in their bullpen. What to do with Ross Detwiler?By Cathy...
Via Sports Rumor Alert
May 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Washington Nationals: Opening Day roster set

The wait is almost over. Washington Nationals’ players and fans have spent the offseason reflecting on a disappointing 2013 season, and hoping for better things to come. Talent wise, it is clear that the Nationals have the players necessary to have a successful season. However, to reach their collective goals, Washington must play the game unselfishly and avoid injuries. Unfortunately...
March 28, 2014  |  Discuss

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