Free Agents & Contract Statuses

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We checked in with Nationals’ director of player development, Mark Scialabba, to find out the contract status of most of the Senators for the 2015 season.

Here’s the list of the impending Nationals’ minor league free agents that have come through Harrisburg during the last couple of years:

Mitch Canham
Paul Demny
Cutter Dykstra *** signed a one-year deal with Nationals for 2015
Paolo Espino
Tyler Herron
Destin Hood
Jeff Howell
Brian Jeroloman
Josh Johnson
Zach Kroenke
Quincy Latimore
Jose Lozada
Scott McGregor
Omar Poveda
Sam Runion
Adrian Sanchez
James Simmons
Oscar Tejada

These players are free to re-sign with the Nationals (like Jeroloman did last season), ink a deal elsewhere (like Caleb Clay), or go the unaffiliated route (like Brian Broderick).

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Here’s a list of familiar Nationals’ players who are still under contract for the 2015 season and beyond. (Year in parentheses denotes the year their contract runs through)

Colin Bates (2016)
Robert Benincasa (2018)
A.J. Cole (2016)
Brian Dupra (2017)
Rob Gilliam (2015)
Brian Goodwin (2017)
Matt Grace (2016)
Ricky Hague (2016)
Bryan Harper (2017)
Neil Holland (2016)
Kevin Keyes (2016)
Pat Lehman (2015)
Cole Leonida (2016)
Rafael Martin (2016)
Danny Rosenbaum (2015)
Jason Martinson (2016)
Richie Mirowski (2017)
Randolph Oduber (2016)
Caleb Ramsey (2017)
Blake Schwartz (2018)
Derek Self (2018)
John Simms (2019)
Matt Skole (2017)
Drew Vettleson (2016)
Austin Voth (2019)

Keep in mind that just because a player is under contract for additional seasons does not guarantee their return to the Nationals. They could still get released, traded or choose to retire.

If there’s anyone I haven’t listed that you want to know about, drop me a line or leave a comment and I’ll do my best to answer you.

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