Nationals Release Chris Snyder

The Nationals have released catcher Chris Snyder, the club announced via Twitter. As Dan Kolko of MASNsports.com notes on Twitter, Snyder could have opted out of his contract on Wednesday.

The 33-year-old signed with the Nationals after seeing just nine MLB games last year. In 2012 with the Astros, he put up a .176/.295/.308 line in 258 plate appearances. Snyder did, however, post an OPS over .800 last year in his time at Triple-A with the Orioles and Angels. He spent part of the spring with the Nationals last year, but requested his release when he failed to make the big league roster. 

Snyder had a strong spring line in limited action, putting up a .294/.381/.529 triple-slash with one long ball in 21 plate appearances. He becomes the latest veteran backstop to hit the open market. 


5 Responses to Nationals Release Chris Snyder Leave a Reply

  1. Lefty_Orioles_Fan 1 year ago

    I would take him back, but I am not in charge! =P

  2. Danny Phillips 1 year ago

    Could be useful to a squad. No room for him with the Nats.

  3. GameMusic3 1 year ago

    The Dodgers have a desperate need of minor league catching depth.

  4. Daniel Morairity 1 year ago

    The rangers would sign him

  5. connfyoozed . 1 year ago

    If the Bucs were looking to add a depth catcher, they could do a lot worse.

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