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KEVIN FRANDSEN RUMORS

Washington Nationals: Top 3 reasons why Kevin Frandsen should be the everyday second baseman.

Kevin Frandsen This offseason has yet to be very productive as far as trades go for the Washington Nationals. Just this past week, Howie Kendrick, who the Nationals had been rumored to be looking at for second base, went to the Los Angles Dodgers. There have been a lot of rumors that have involved Nationals’ trades but there have been no major moves made. This may be a good strategy...
Via isportsweb.com
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Nats resign Frandsen, Release Purke

The Washington Nationals did some minor roster reshuffling.  Avoiding arbitration, the Nats resigned utility infielder Kevin Frandsen on a 1 year deal worth $1 million, plus possible incentives.   Frandsen was a valuable part of the Nationals 2014 bench and was a priority for the Nats this offseason.  The flexibility the Nats have with Frandsen is invaluable, ready and able to...
Via DC Pro Sports Report
November 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Kevin Frandsen on importance of home field advantage: "Do you like our fans?" (Video)

And so, with a win  last night in Miami, and a come-from-behind win by the Dodgers over the Cubs, the Nationals maintained their slim lead over LA for best record in the NL and home field advantage for the playoffs. Enjoy the video above of Kevin Frandsen's postgame interview with MASN's Dan Kolko, in which he addresses an obvious question about the importance of home field advantage...
Via Nationals Enquirer
September 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Outfielder Kevin Frandsen Upsets New Nationals Teammates With Comments

Former Phillies player Kevin Frandsen joined the Washington Nationals after being cut by the Phillies. Frandsen was "pissed" that the Phillies released him prior to the season. But it is now other Nationals players who might be "pissed" at Kevin Frandsen. Frandsen made some comments that have upset some of...
Via Philliedelphia
May 08, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Kevin Frandsen’s slick behind-the-back catch

The Washington Nationals will certainly miss Bryce Harper in left field for the next two months. But in the meantime, one of Harper’s replacements is doing his best to keep us entertained. In the third inning of the Nats’ 4-3 win over the Astros on Tuesday, Kevin Frandsen played a carom off the left-field wall in perhaps the most creative — or lucky — way possible. Drifting...
Via The Outside Corner
April 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Kevin Frandsen makes unbelievable behind-the-back grab off wall (Video)

Your browser does not support iframes.Washington Nationals left fielder Kevin Frandsen made an incredible behind-the-back grab while playing a fly ball off the wall during Tuesday night's game in Houston.It happened in the bottom of the third with two outs and an Astros runner on first base. Astros batter Jason Castro hit a fly ball to deep left field that bounced off a corner of...
Via Holdout Sports
April 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Phillies roster and the many layers to outrighting Kevin Frandsen

One of the strangest developments of this long Phillies offseason was the announcement Sunday that Kevin Frandsen had been outrighted to Lehigh Valley. Frandsen elected not to accept the assignment and decided to become a free agent, forfeiting his previously guaranteed $900,000 salary. It was a pretty risky move for Frandsen to forgo nearly a million bucks after all teams passed...
Via PhilsBaseball
March 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Phillies Release Stutes, Frandsen Signs with Nats

Right-handed pitcher Mike Stutes, who was outrighted by the Phillies early in March, has officially been released by the club. It was hardly a shocking move, as Stutes pitched in just three innings this spring and struggled mightily, allowing seven earned runs on five hits while walking three. Stutes was a pleasant surprise as a rookie for the Phillies with a lively fastball out...
Via Phillies Nation
March 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Frandsen Elects Free Agency

Utility infielder Kevin Frandsen has elected free agency per Philadelphia Inquirer Phillies beat writer Matt Gelb. Frandsen will forfeit a $900,000 bonus by doing so. He was outrighted off the Phillies 40-man roster on Sunday and will now be free to sign with any major league team. Frandsen led all of major league baseball last season with 14 pinch hits but he struggled this spring...
Via Phillies Nation
March 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Phillies Outright Frandsen to LV

Kevin Frandsen cleared waivers and has been sent to Lehigh Valley, according to the beat reporters in Florida. Frandsen, 31, has spent the last two seasons with the Phillies as one of their first bats off the bench. He can refuse the outright assignment and become a free agent or accept it and take the $900,o00 he’s owed by the Phillies. Last season, he struggled with more playing...
Via Phillies Nation
March 23, 2014  |  Discuss
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