Solano was assigned to minor league camp Monday. Solano received an invite to spring training with the Nats, but he'll likely spend the year in Triple-A again on the heels of a lackluster 2014 in which he hit .228/.271/.311 in 55 Triple-A contests.
Solano signed a minor league contract with the Nationals on Wednesday that includes an invite to spring training. Solano spent the majority of last season in Triple-A, where he hit just .228/.271/.311 in 55 games. He's spent time in the Washington organization previously, but appears to be a long shot to make the Opening Day roster out of the spring.
The Marlins have outrighted catcher Jhonatan Solano to Triple-A New Orleans, per MLB.com. They had designated him for assignment Saturday. Solano, who had just been promoted Thursday, did not get a chance to hit in his latest stint with the team. He managed just one hit in 20 at-bats in previous opportunities this year.
The Marlins have designated catcher Jhonatan Solano for assignment to make room on the roster for promoted pitcher Justin Nicolino. Solano has played sparingly this year and has not made the most of his limited opportunities at the plate with just one hit in 20 at-bats. He owns a lifetime batting average of .184.
The Marlins have selected the contract of catcher Jhonatan Solano from Triple-A New Orleans, the club announced. This was the corresponding move to the club putting third baseman Martin Prado on the 15-day disabled list with a shoulder injury. Prado sustained the injury this past Sunday against the Rockies. Solano has appeared in seven MLB games for the Marlins this year.