The Nationals announced Friday they reassigned infielder Cutter Dykstra, infielder Emmanuel Burriss, catcher Steven Lerud, infielder/outfielder Kila Ka'aihue, outfielder Derrick Robinson and pitcher Manny Delcarmen to minor-league camp.
The Nationals have signed outfielder Derrick Robinson to a minor-league contract, the team announced Friday. Robinson played in 102 games for the Reds in 2013, hitting .255 with seven doubles and three triples for the club. He was unable to play in 2014 after injuring his left shoulder, which required surgery.
Free-agent outfielder Derrick Robinson is out four to six months after undergoing shoulder surgery Tuesday, MLBDailyDish.com reports. Robinson was nontendered by the Reds in December after playing 102 games last season, hitting .255/.322/.323 with eight RBI and four stolen bases in 192 at-bats.
The Reds have non-tendered both Derrick Robinson and Xavier Paul. Robinson played in 102 games, hitting .255/.322/.323. Paul played in 97 games, hitting .244/.339/.402. Both players are now free-agents.
The Reds designated outfielder Derrick Robinson for assignment Tuesday. The move was made to accommodate recently-signed second baseman/outfielder Skip Schumaker on the 40-man roster. Robinson played in 102 games as a rookie in 2013, batting .255 with 21 runs scored and four stolen bases.
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