The Nationals have granted utilityman Kevin Frandsen his unconditional release.
Kevin Frandsen wants Nationals fans to know they were louder in the playoffs than San Francisco Giants fans.
The Nationals have reportedly reached an extension agreement with utility player Kevin Frandsen, according to ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick.
Despite Kevin Frandsen’s best efforts to solicit fans to “wear red” to Nationals Park, the Nationals announced they’ll hand out white rally towels as fans enter the stadium on Friday.
Kevin Frandsen made an impromptu call in to the “Grant and Danny” radio show with a clear message for Nationals fans: “Wear red. Let’s make this place ‘red out.'”
The Nationals clinching the NL East means Kevin Frandsen will finally make his playoff debut, after narrowly missing the playoffs repeatedly in his career.
As a bench player, Kevin Frandsen gets a good look out everyone’s routines in the Nationals dugout, and warns you gotta watch out for Matt Williams various scowls.
Nationals utility player Kevin Fandsen says the challenge of coming off the bench is often overlooked, as doing so is “probably the toughest thing in baseball.”
Nationals infield Anthony Rendon has emerged as one of the best young hitters in Major League Baseball, early season, and teammate Kevin Frandsen calls him “the best young we have” — even better than Bryce Harper.
The Washington Nationals have signed former Phillies infielder Kevin Frandsen to a Major League contract, the team announced on Wednesday.