Daniel Nava

#25 LF / Philadelphia Phillies / EXP: 6YRS / MINORS Height: 5-10 Weight: 200 lb Age: 34 College: None Bats/Throws S/L

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    Daniel Nava hoped to rebound in 2016 following a disastrous 2015 season where he hit .194 in 60 games with Tampa Bay and Boston. While his 2016 season with the Angels and Royals was better, it wasn't nearly the comeback season he would have hoped. He slashed .223/.297/.292 with one home run, 13 RBI and seven extra base hits. He struggled to draw walks, as his walk rate dropped to a career-low 6.8 percent, far below his 12 percent walk rate in 2015. His isolated power also dropped to .069 and he struck out 20.3 percent of the time, which does not bode well for increasing pinch-hit opportunities. A former .300 hitter for the Red Sox in 2013, he'll probably find a minor league contract and try to earn a big league spot due to his defensive versatility and past offensive successes, though he'll be 34 in February.

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    • Phillies' Daniel Nava: Signs minor league deal
      By RotoWire Staff

      The Phillies have signed Nava to a minor league deal with an invitation to spring training, Matt Gelb of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Nava can earn $1.35 million if he makes it to the majors in 2017. He has a decent shot of earning a bench spot with the Phillies as they currently lack veteran depth in the outfield and behind Tommy Joseph at first base. Nava hit .223/.297/.292 with a home run in 130 at-bats between the Angels and Royals last season.

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    • Daniel Nava: Becomes free agent Tuesday
      By RotoWire Staff

      Nava became a free agent after declining his outright assignment to Triple-A Omaha on Tuesday. Nava batted just .223 between brief stints with the Angels and Royals this season, so it comes as no surprise that the Royals brass didn't deem him worthy of a 40-man roster spot. The 33-year-old does have nice defensive versatility in the outfield, but his age and his propensity to strike out will make it tough for him to garner consideration at the major league level.

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    • Royals' Daniel Nava: Called up from Triple-A
      By RotoWire Staff

      Nava was called up by the Royals on Tuesday. Nava has steadily regressed at the plate since his strong 2013 campaign with Boston, culminating in a .235/.309/.303 showing with the Angels this season prior to his release. He can switch hit but is limited defensively and the at-bats figure to be few and far between over the remaining weeks.

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    • Royals' Daniel Nava: Placed on inactive list
      By RotoWire Staff

      Nava was placed on the Temporarily Inactive List on Saturday, MLB.com's Jeffrey Flanagan reports. Nava and his wife are expecting their child this weekend, so the Royals deactivated him in order to let him spend time with his family. He will likely rejoin the Royals at some point next week.

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    • Royals' Daniel Nava: Acquired by Royals
      By RotoWire Staff

      Nava was acquired by the Royals on Monday and assigned to Triple-A Omaha, Josh Vernier of 610 Sports Radio reports. Nava quickly found a new home after being designated for assignment by the Angels on Saturday. The switch-hitting outfielder has appeared in 45 major league games this season, batting .235 with one home run and 13 RBI. He likely serves as depth for a crowded Kansas City outfield, but could provide an interesting call-up when they enter the home stretch of the season.

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    YearTeamGABRHHRRBIBBKOSBAVG
    2016 KC 54 130 11 29 1 13 10 30 0 .223
    2015 BOS-TB 60 139 13 27 1 10 20 36 1 .194
    TOTAL 509 1,518 203 397 25 185 170 349 9

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