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Shawn Hill Wins Arbitration Case, $775,000 For '09.

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The New Math... (1-5) + 5.83 = 775,000 MLB.com's Alden Gonzalez is reporting, in an article entitled, "Hill Awarded $775,000 in arbitration", that Shawn Hill prevailed in his arbitration case with the Washington Nationals, who had offered Hill half a million dollars for next season. Now to be fair, Shawn Hill's being paid for a career's worth of work, not just last season's injury-filled campaign, and if healthy, (an "if" of Nick Johnsonesque proportions), Hill's an effective sinking-fastballer, who is (36-29) with a 3.10 ERA in 97 Minor League starts, but he's never made more than 16 starts in a Major League season, and he's just (7-15) with a career 4.93 ERA in 37 starts with the Expos/Nationals. What role he'll fill on the Nationals' roster this season is thus far undecided...

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