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CSN Washington Nov 2, 2015

Nats decline options on pair of veterans

The Nationals have declined contract options on Casey Janssen and Nate McLouth, who join six other veterans in officially becoming MLB free agents.

Nats decline options on Janssen, McLouth

The Nationals declined to pick up contract options for reliever Casey Janssen and outfielder Nate McLouth on Monday, making both veterans free agents along with six others who officially hit the market on the day after the World Series ended. Janssen and McLouth join right-handers Jordan Zimmermann and Doug Fister, shortstop Ian Desmond, center fielder…
Washington Post Nov 2, 2015

Nats Journal: Which Nationals should get qualifying offers?

Free agency officially begins at 12:01 a.m. Saturday, after a five-day window in which teams can negotiate exclusively with their own free agent players. Six Nationals, for now, fall under that category: Ian Desmond, Jordan Zimmermann, Doug Fister, Denard Span, Matt Thornton and Dan Uggla. Casey Janssen and Nate McLouth likely will join them when their options are bought out.Read full article >>

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