Thursday, January 1, 2009
NL EAST NEWS: BIG CHANGES FOR NATS?
There's possibly more change going on in Washington besides President-elect Barack Obama and his new administration moving in soon, displacing outgoing President George W. Bush.
Turns out, according to Bill Ladson, an mlb.com reporter, former Mets outfielder Lastings Milledge, whom the Mets traded after the 2007 season, could once again be on the trading block. And free-agent Gold Glove second-baseman Orlando Hudson could be on the Nats' radar to bring in. So could free-agent outfielder Milton Bradley and Milwaukee Brewers' first-baseman Prince Fielder, in a possible trade.
Just to review, the Nats have already added former Marlins' pitcher Scott Olsen and outfielder Josh Willingham and former Orioles' pitcher Daniel Cabrera.
Posted by Gil Griffin at 10:00 PM