Sizemore was assigned to minor league camp Monday. Sizemore has cooled off a bit since getting off to a hot start in spring training, and he'll likely land at Triple-A to begin the year.
Sizemore has been on fire to begin spring training, going 6-for-11 so far with three home runs and two doubles. He's still a long shot to break camp on the Nationals' 25-man roster, but if he can continue crushing the ball for the next few weeks, Sizemore could force his way back into the majors, either in Washington or on another club looking for a veteran bench bat.
Sizemore signed a minor league deal with the Nationals on Friday, William Ladson of MLB.com reports. Sizemore didn't appear in the majors in 2015, slashing .263/.369/.354 at Triple-A and has appeared in just eight major league games since 2011. He'll have a shot to earn a utility role with the Nationals out of spring training, but it's possible he spends much of the season back in the minors again.
The Marlins have reassigned Scott Sizemore down to minor-league camp, according to MLB.com. He had just four hits in 12 at-bats this spring. The Marlins have 36 players remaining in camp.
The Marlins have agreed to a minor-league deal with infielder Scott Sizemore . CBSSports.com baseball insider Jon Heyman reports. Sizemore went 5 for 13 with the Yankees last season while also posting a .266/.329/.433 line with seven home runs and 41 RBI in 289 Triple-A at-bats.