8:38 AM EST, Fri December 26, 2014

Significant moment No. 9: Soriano out, Storen in

As we count down the final days of 2014, we’re counting down the 10 most significant moments of the year for the Nationals. These aren’t necessarily positive (or negative) moments, merely significant in the big picture and defined the Nationals’ year. We continue today with significant moment No. 9: Drew Storen replacing Rafael Soriano as…
CSN Washington Dec 22, 2014

Significant moment No. 9: Soriano out, Storen in

Significant moment No. 9 for the Nationals in 2014 came in early September, when manager Matt Williams decided it was time for Drew Storen to replace Rafael Soriano as closer.
River Ave. Blues Dec 10, 2014

Scouting The Free Agent Market: Jason Grilli and Rafael Soriano

With both Andrew Miller and David Robertson now off the board, the free agent reliever market is starting to heat up. Luke Gregerson and Pat Neshek agreed to deals with the Astros earlier today, Sergio Romo is in talks with several teams, and I’m sure many more relievers are drawing interest right now as well. [...] Scouting The Free Agent Market: Jason Grilli and Rafael Soriano is a post from: River Avenue Blues The post Scouting The Free Agent Market: Jason Grilli and Rafael Soriano appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Bless You Boys Nov 30, 2014

Rafael Soriano could be a late inning bullpen upgrade for Tigers

The former Nationals closer lost some value in 2014, but is still a very effective pitcher. Not all buy-low candidates are coming off injuries or horrible seasons. Rafael Soriano lost his closer job with the Washington Nationals last season, but still finished the season with some solid numbers. However, his late season struggles were costly, as the Nats declined his $14 million option for the 2015 season. Now a free agent, Soriano may not even see that amount of money on a multi-year contract. Does this make him a fit for the...

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