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Sat, 2005-12-24

Mike Stanton will become the first player in Nationals’ history to have played with the team twice in its short tenure. He signs a one-year, $1 million contract. After coming in from the Washington National bullpen for the last three months of 2005 season,the 38-year old southpaw reliever was traded to the Boston Red Sox for right-handed prospects Ryhs Taylor and Yader Peralta.

 

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