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Re: The Former Nationals Watch (2021)
« Reply #200: May 02, 2021, 09:46:55 PM »
Honestly, once he passes through waivers and Toronto's on the hook for that salary, I'd sign him.  He's no worse an option than the other ass-end starters and he'd be on the minimum.  If nothing else, it means you don't have to keep an unused starter on the MLB roster just for fear of losing him.
He's one of the main reasons the Nats didn't make the post season in 2018.  He was nothing more than an innings eater in 2017.  Gio retired (thankfully) and Roark should follow right behind him.