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Rizzo explains trading Detwiler; talks prospects

Ross Detwiler’s seven-year run with the Washington Nationals after joining them as the sixth overall pick in 2007 finally ended on Friday, as the Nats dealt him to the Texas Rangers for a pair of prospects. It looks like a good deal for both sides. Detwiler will have a better opportunity in Texas to possibly…
CSN Washington Dec 16, 2014

Nats GM Mike Rizzo explains trading Detwiler; talks prospects

Mike Rizzo spoke at length about trading Ross Detwiler at last weekend's NatsFest, his first extended comments on the move.
CSN Washington Dec 16, 2014

Nats react to Detwiler and LaRoche leaving this offseason

Several Nats players reacted to the departure of Adam LaRoche and Ross Detwiler at this past weekend's NatsFest. Here are the highlights of what they said.

Nats react to Detwiler & LaRoche leaving

For as much talk as there has been about next offseason and the possibility the Nationals could lose some of their most familiar names, that process has already begun this winter. Ross Detwiler, a member of the Nats’ organization for seven years, was traded to the Texas Rangers on Friday. And Adam LaRoche signed with the…

Rangers looking for more ground balls

When you evaluate what the Rangers are looking for in terms of a starting pitcher this offseason, ground balls become a constant theme. With the Rangers trading for left-handed starter Ross Detwiler, they get a man who had fairly decent ground ball-to-fly ball and groundout-to-air out ratios. GM Jon Daniels said Detwiler uses a sinking fastball designed to give the left side of the infield plenty of work. Detwiler also throws a four-seam fastball, changeup, curveball and has worked on a cutter.

New Texas Rangers pitcher acknowledges need for change

In six seasons with Washington, left-hander Ross Detwiler tried to get by with a preponderance of fastballs. He will try a new look with the Texas Rangers. Detwiler acknowledged during a conference call on Friday that he needs to add …

Texas Rangers expect a motivated Detwiler

The Texas Rangers hope the motivation to prove the previous team wrong will work to their benefit with newly acquired left-hander Ross Detwiler. Washington had Detwiler in the rotation from 2009-13 but moved him into the rotation this season. The …
Washington Post Dec 12, 2014

Nats Journal: Nationals complete, announce Ross Detwiler trade

The Nationals formally announced the trade of Ross Detwiler to the Texas Rangers for two minor leaguers. The Rangers plan to use Detwiler, who would have become a free agent after the 2015 season, as a starter again.Read full article >>

Nationals complete, announce Ross Detwiler trade

The Nationals formally announced the trade of Ross Detwiler to the Texas Rangers for two minor leaguers. The Rangers plan to use Detwiler, who would have become a free agent after the 2015 season, as a starter again. Second baseman Chris Bostick, 21, hit .251/.322/.412 with 11 home runs and 62 RBI at high-Class A Myrtle […]
Baltimore Sun Dec 12, 2014

Nationals trade Detwiler to Rangers for minor leaguers

The Washington Nationals sent left-hander Ross Detwiler to the pitching-starved Texas Rangers on Thursday for two minor leaguers, an infielder and a pitcher — both at Single-A — pending an exchange of medical information, according to people familiar with the situation. Detwiler,...
Washington Post Dec 11, 2014

Nats Journal: Nationals agree to trade Ross Detwiler to Texas for minor leaguers

The Nationals made their first notable move of the offseason, agreeing to send left-hander Ross Detwiler on Thursday afternoon to the pitching-starved Texas Rangers for two minor leaguers, an infielder and a pitcher, both at Class A, pending an exchange of medical information, according to people familiar with the situation. Detwiler, 28, who saw his role diminish throughout last season, was entering his final year before free agency. The deal was first reported by Yahoo Sports.Read full article >>

Ross Detwiler traded to Texas for minor leaguers

The Nationals made their first notable move of the offseason, agreeing to send left-hander Ross Detwiler on Thursday afternoon to the pitching-starved Texas Rangers for two minor leaguers, an infielder and a pitcher, both at Class A, pending an exchange of medical information, according to people familiar with the situation. Detwiler, 28, who saw his role diminish […]

Report: Nats trade Detwiler to Texas for 2 minor leaguers

Ross Detwiler, whom the Nationals drafted No. 6 in the country seven years ago but never fully developed into the front-line starting pitcher they hoped, apparently has seen his time with the organization come to an end. Detwiler was traded to the Rangers on Thursday afternoon for a pair of minor leaguers, according to Yahoo’s…
CSN Washington Dec 11, 2014

Nationals trade lefty Ross Detwiler to Texas for 2 prospects

The Nationals have traded Ross Detwiler to the Texas Rangers for two prospects.

Source: Texas Rangers acquire pitcher Ross Detwiler from Washington

SAN DIEGO – Though the Rangers front office has left the building, they have made their first significant acquisition of the offseason, acquiring reliever Ross Detwiler from the Washington Nationals in exchange for a pair of minor leaguers, a major …

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