After watching the team's bench unit struggle mightily in 2013, Friday general manager Mike Rizzo took a step to improve this area of the team, signing outfielder Nate McLouth to a 2-year contract worth $10.75 million, with a club option for
'I got to be teammates with Chipper Jones, Tim Hudson, Tom Glavine and John Smoltz. I don't know if it gets much better than that, being from Atlanta.'" - "Yankees' Brian McCann has 'positive memories' of time with
McLouth has played all three outfield positions in his nine-year career. However, as a member of the Orioles over the past two seasons, he saw only 26 innings in center. Defensively he has been below average at at all three positions in that ...
The Washington Nationals made an addition to their bench according to FOXSports.com's Ken Rosenthal, signing veteran outfielder Nate McLouth to what is reportedly a two-year deal. McLouth, 32, played for the Baltimore Orioles in 2013.
A short while ago, Ken Rosenthal reported that the Washington Nationals have signed outfielder Nate McLouth to a two-year, $10.75 million deal with a $6.5 million club option for 2016. McLouth becomes the newest piece added to the ...
Visit our Clicks archive. Here are Tuesday's B1G Clicks: Coach Beilein talking hoops, Michigan and a little baseball with Nate McLouth, who is huge U-M fan. http://t.co/ck75JjaYAN— Michigan Basketball (@umichbball) December 03, 2013.
... TyMo and Stammen might get this done. Would require us to replace Tyler, but seems like a power lefty is needed anyway, so maybe Nate McLouth or perhaps a trade for someone like Mitch Moreland, Adam Lind or Ryan Doumit. 12:26 PM.
... Daily Dish– would be a Minor League contract or if it would involve adding him to the club's 40-man roster, which was at 37 entering the day. The Orioles remain interested in bringing back outfielder Nate McLouth, provided the price is right.
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