Washington, DC (Sports Network) - The Washington Nationals and first
baseman Adam LaRoche agreed to terms on a two-year deal on Tuesday.
No financial terms were disclosed, but multiple reports cited it is worth $24
LaRoche delivered a career season in 2012, establishing a personal best with
33 home runs and recording his second 100-RBI campaign while batting .271
in 154 games. The 33-year-old also earned his first-ever Gold Glove Award.
In nine major league seasons, LaRoche has amassed 197 homers and 684 RBI along
with a .268 average with Atlanta, Pittsburgh, Boston, Arizona and Washington.
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