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Nationals Sign RHP Daniel Stange To Minor League Deal

The Washington Nationals announced their third Minor League signing in the last two days this afternoon, bringing former Arizona Diamondbacks' draft pick Daniel Stange into the organization. Stange, 27, pitched in the majors for the LA Angels in 2013.

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After announcing that they'd signed right-handers Chris Young and Gabriel Alfaro to minor league deals on Wednesday, the Washington Nationals announced this afternoon that they had signed former D-Backs, Padres and Angels' 27-year-old right-handed reliever Daniel Stange to a Minor League deal with an invite to Spring Training:

Stange, an Arizona Diamondbacks' 2006 7th Round pick out of the University of California, Riverside, spent seven seasons in the D-Backs' system. He made his MLB debut in 2010, with four innings of work on the mound. He was released by the Diamondbacks in 2012 and signed as a free agent with the San Diego Padres. After leaving San Diego, Stange signed as a free agent with the Los Angeles Angels last June and made three relief appearances with the Angels.

In eight minor league seasons, the 6'2'' right-hander is (31-25) with 68 saves, a 4.21 ERA, 168 walks (3.91 BB/9) and 390 Ks (9.08 K/9) in 311 games and 386 2/3 IP. Stange has just 5 2/3 innings in the majors on his resume, over which he's given up six hits, eight walks and nine runs while striking out three. Stange was drafted by the D-Backs in current Nationals' GM Mike Rizzo's final season as the Scouting Director in Arizona.

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