Nov 28, 2017

Nationals ready to pursue Shohei Ohtani |

WASHINGTON -- Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo outlined his sales pitch for Japanese star Shohei Ohtani to come to Washington on Monday afternoon on MLB Network. The new posting system that was agreed to last Tuesday by MLB, the Players Association and Nippon Professional Baseball could be ratified as early as Friday, which will enter all 30 Major League teams into a recruitment battle for...

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