Nationals Notes: Morgan, Broderick, Maya

Let's check out the latest news and rumors on the Nationals, who will open the season with $126MM man Jayson Werth hitting second….

  • Nyjer Morgan, who is reportedly being eyed by a few teams, doesn't expect to open the season with the Nationals. "I just think this place isn't for me," the outfielder told MLB.com's Bill Ladson. "I'm not saying there are bad people here. It's just that, maybe, I'm not a fit here anymore. It's time to move on."
  • In the same MLB.com piece, Ladson adds that Brian Broderick, a Rule 5 selection from the Cardinals, is expected to earn a spot on the Nats' Opening Day roster. Broderick figures to be used in short and long relief, though he can also start if needed.
  • Yunesky Maya was optioned to Triple-A Syracuse today, the team announced. Washington signed the Cuban pitcher to a four-year deal last summer.


10 Responses to Nationals Notes: Morgan, Broderick, Maya Leave a Reply

  1. Guess whos getting sent to the minors if they cant find a trade partner.

  2. richmond20657 4 years ago

    Nyjer just simply does not get it. This guy is a clubhouse cancer waiting to happen.

  3. It’s difficult to imagine where Morgan WOULD be a good fit.

  4. TheHotCorner 4 years ago

    And I am sure it isn’t Nyjer’s fault that Washington isn’t a good place for him.

    • LUWahooNatFan 4 years ago

      Whose fault is it that he threw his glove down in frustration after mistaking an Adam Jones hit for a Home run, turning a triple at best into an inside-the-park HR.

      Whose fault is it that he went out of his way to nail the Cardinals catcher? How about the catcher for the Marlins?

      The Nationals haven’t done anything but welcome him in D.C. until his idiocy the past year. It’s his time to go, I wish him the best of luck wherever he ends up

  5. tacko 4 years ago

    So the Nationals spent $126 million on a number-two hitter with average speed.

  6. James DeMott 4 years ago

    I think Nyjer could make his mark playing for the Long Island ducks like John Rocker and Danny Graves.

  7. InLeylandWeTrust 4 years ago

    What? Why is Werth hitting 2nd…

    • According to The Book, hitting 2nd is the 2nd most important spot in the lineup.

      • johnsilver 4 years ago

        Am sure every team will follow suit with having the best power hitter they have (by far) hitting 2nd and next (in the NL at least) followed up with other idiocy such as pitchers hitting 8th by the other teams.. More books i ‘reckon…

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