WASHINGTON (CBSDC) — The Washington Nationals have reportedly reached an extension agreement with utility player Kevin Frandsen, valued at $1 million over one year, according to ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick.

Frandsen, 32, played 105 games of fill-in work for the Nationals in 2014, finishing the season with 57 hits, 8 doubles, 1 home run, 17 RBI and 6 bases on balls, with a .259/.299/.309 slash line.

He proved to be a great asset in the field to the club as injuries to key players mounted, with Frandsen playing games in left field, third, second and first base.

Played left field, third base, second base, and first base

Fransen avoids salary arbitration with the deal, according to Crasnick.

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