• Storen reaches one-year deal with Nationals

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jan 17, 2013
    Storen saved 43 games for the Nationals in 2011. Relief pitcher Drew Storen has agreed to a $2.5 million, one-year contract with the Washington Nationals, avoiding arbitration. Storen can also earn an additional $1 million in performance bonuses. The agreement Thursday includes $1 million in available performance bonuses for Storen, who was among six extra players eligible for salary arbitration this winter under baseball's new labor deal. The Nats are now left with six remaining arbitration-eligible players: outfielder Roger Bernadina, reliever Tyler Clippard, shortstop Ian Desmond, starter Ross Detwiler, reliever Craig Stammen and starter Jordan Zimmermann.
    Sources: MLB.com ESPN.com

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