Ben Revere was brought to Washington in the hopes he could solve the centerfield and lead-off issue that plagued them the previous year. After just one year, the Nationals have decided to move on from Revere as they declined to tender him.
The Nats have also not tendered the contract of Ben Revere, making him a free agent. All other arb-eligible Nats players have been tendered— Jamal Collier (@JamalCollier) December 2, 2016
The move makes Revere a free agent after a .217/.260/.300 season that fell way below expectations. Revere tied his career-high with two home runs and added 24 RBI while scoring 44 runs.
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