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Nationals re-sign Howie Kendrick for two-years

WASHINGTON  -- The Nationals have agreed to a $7 million, two-year contract with outfielder Howie Kendrick, a deal subject to a successful physical. Agent Pat Murphy

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Nationals Say Howie Kendrick Likely to Be Their Final Free Agent Signing of 2018 Offseason

Nationals Say Howie Kendrick Likely to Be Their Final Free Agent Signing of 2018 Offseason The post Nationals Say Howie Kendrick Likely to Be Their Final Free Agent Signing of 2018 Offseason appeared first on KCM Sports.

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Report: Nationals sign Howie Kendrick to two-year, $7 million deal

The Nationals signed utilityman Howie Kendrick to a two-year, $7 million deal on Monday.

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See Hilarious Highlights from Nats' Racing Presidents Tryouts

Ever wonder how you can become one of the Washington Nationals' Racing Presidents or what it takes to get the job? The team recently detailed the

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Howie Kendrick Returns to Nationals on 2-Year Deal

The Nationals have reached an agreement to bring back versatile infielder/outfielder Howie Kendrick, reaching a reported team-friendly, two-year, $7 million deal. Kendrick, 34, came to Washington via mid-summer trade with the Phillies, immediately serving as a lightning rod near the top of a Nationals lineup already loaded with hitters. Related: Nats Avoid Arbitration With Three Players Kendrick slashed .315/.368/.475 with nine home runs, 41 RBI and 12 stolen bases between between the two...

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Washington Nationals’ third base coach Bobby Henley on returning to his position, new manager Dave Martinez + more...

Washington Nationals third base coach Bob Henley is the only holdover from last years coaching staff, and hes excited to remain with the organization hes been a part of for 24 seasons now... At the end of the second day of WinterFest last month, Washington Nationals third base coach Bobby Henley, the only holdover from the previous coaching staff, was the 25th of 26 members of the team that spoke to reporters.

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Washington Nationals’ third base coach Bobby Henley on returning to his position, new manager Dave Martinez + more...

Washington Nationals’ third base coach Bob Henley is the only holdover from last year’s coaching staff, and he’s excited to remain with the organization he’s been a part of for 24 seasons now...

At the end of the second day of WinterFest last month, Washington Nationals’ third base coach Bobby Henley, the only holdover from the previous coaching staff, was the 25th of 26 members of the team that spoke to reporters.

“We’re in these big cities, big buildings, the hustle and...

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Nationals nearing agreement with Howie Kendrick

The Nationals are nearing a deal with infielder/outfielder Howie Kendrick, according to Bob Nightengale of USA Today (via Twitter). The prospective contract would promise Kendrick $7MM over two years.If the contract is finalized, Kendrick will return to Washington, where he thrived in a late-season stint in 2017. His role is not immediately clear, but odds are he’ll see time around the infield as well as the corner outfield. The Nationals are nearing a deal with infielder/outfielder Howie...

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Nationals bring back Howie Kendrick on two-year deal

Kendrick finished last season with the Nationals

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Sources: Kendrick agrees to deal with Nats

Veteran utility man Howie Kendrick agreed to a two-year $7 million deal with the Washington Nationals.

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REPORT: Nationals Closing in on Deal with Howie Kendrick

BREAKING: Nationals Closing in on Deal With Howie Kendrick The post REPORT: Nationals Closing in on Deal with Howie Kendrick appeared first on KCM Sports.

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MLB free agents 2018: Nationals, IF/OF Howie Kendrick agree to 2-year, $7M deal

The move provides a World Series hopeful team flexible and affordable depth.

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Howie Kendrick Reportedly Re-Signs with Nationals on 2-Year Contract

Howie Kendrick reportedly will return to the nation's capital after agreeing to a two-year deal worth $7 million with the Washington Nationals.

Bob Nightengale of USA Today first reported the agreement, with Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic confirming.

Kendrick finished the 2017 season in Washington after the Nationals acquired him in July in a trade with the Philadelphia Phillies.

All things considered, the 34-year-old was a pleasant surprise last season. Between his time with the Phillies...

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Washington Nationals nearing deal with Howie Kendrick...

The Washington Nationals are reportedly close to re-signing utility man Howie Kendrick to a two-year deal. Washington Nationals GM Mike Rizzo talked at

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Washington Nationals reportedly bring Howie Kendrick on 2-year/$7M deal...

The Washington Nationals are reportedly close to re-signing utility man Howie Kendrick to a two-year deal.

Washington Nationals’ GM Mike Rizzo talked at the Winter Meetings last month about potentially bringing Howie Kendrick back for another run in D.C. in 2018 after he’d acquired the veteran infielder/outfielder from the Philadephia Phillies in return for minor league pitcher McKenzie Mills and international bonus slot money late last July.

“Love Howie Kendrick,“ Rizzo said....

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Wire Taps: Mike Rizzo’s impending free-agency; Nationals’ Victor Robles is top defensive prospect; Racing President tryouts

Catch up on the weekend that was in Washington Nationals news and start your week right with the latest links...

Before we get deeper into today’s Wire Taps, we have delightful news to share with you:
Yesterday, the Nationals held tryouts for their racing presidents. Which meant fun, dancing, and grown men and women flailing around in 50-pound costumes.

The @Nationals are having tryouts for the Racing Presidents this morning

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Wire Taps: Mike Rizzo’s impending free-agency; Nationals’ Victor Robles is top defensive prospect; Racing President tryouts

Catch up on the weekend that was in Washington Nationals news and start your week right with the latest links... Before we get deeper into todays Wire Taps, we have delightful news to share with you:Yesterday, the Nationals held tryouts for their racing presidents. Which meant fun, dancing, and grown men and women flailing around in 50-pound costumes.

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Nationals Avoid Arbitration Hearing, Give Three Raises

 Anthony Rendon was one of the Washington Nationals’ best players last season and he will be paid closer to that reality in 2018. The arbitration process is over for the Nats, with Rendon, Michael A. Taylor and Tanner Roark each agreed to figures with the team that allows them to avoid arbitration hearings. Here are the players, totals, and arguments that were likely central to the process: Anthony Rendon: $5.8 million ? $12.3 million Even on a team with Bryce Harper, Ryan Zimmerman,...

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Washington Nationals’ lefty Matt Grace ready for any role in Nats’ pen in 2018...

Matt Grace spent more time in the majors in 2017 than he had in any previous season, and the left-hander said hes ready for whatever role the Nationals need him in in 2018... Matt Grace made his 2017 debut out of the Washington Nationals bullpen in late April, made six appearances in May, going up and down five times in the first two months of the season, and then came back up again in mid-June.

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Washington Nationals’ lefty Matt Grace ready for any role in Nats’ pen in 2018...

Matt Grace spent more time in the majors in 2017 than he had in any previous season, and the left-hander said he’s ready for whatever role the Nationals need him in in 2018...

Matt Grace made his 2017 debut out of the Washington Nationals’ bullpen in late April, made six appearances in May, going up and down five times in the first two months of the season, and then came back up again in mid-June.

“If they need me for longer innings then I have to be efficient with my pitches, I have...

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