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WSH Victor Robles
Washington Nationals
OF: 36  
2024 Projected Value: $0
Based on 10-team NL-only league

Player Stats      Daily Log
2024 proj 228 54 28 2 18 17 58 10 0.237 8.3
2023 107 32 15 0 8 11 18 8 0.299 8.2
2022 366 81 42 6 33 17 104 15 0.221 11.4
2021 315 64 37 2 19 33 85 8 0.203 2.3

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1/01/24 Washington Nationals news & notes: Victor Robles and CF in D.C. in 2024. Victor Robles and Washington's Nationals avoided arbitration last winter, agreeing on a 1-year/$2.325M contract for the 2023 season, and there was a club option included in the deal for 2024, at $3.3M, but the club declined the option in November, as they announced on X/Twitter, noting, however, “... Robles [remained] under team control and [was] eligible for salary arbitration this offseason.” The outfielder, 26, went 32 for 107 (.299/.385/.365) at the plate in '23, but played in just 36 games, with a back injury leading to an IL stint in early May. He returned to the lineup mid-June, but ended up back on the IL on June 20th, and never returned to the majors, which his manager, Davey Martinez, said was a shame, considering how Robles had played early on in the year. “It stinks for him, and for us, because we challenged him to make some changes with his swing,” Martinez said, as quoted by MASN's Mark Zuckerman. Robles debuted in the majors in 2017, played limited games in the majors in '18, then was part of the championship roster in 2019, posting a .255/.326/.419 line, 33 doubles, three triples, 17 home runs, 35 walks, and 140 Ks in 155 games and 617 PAs.
11/02/23 Washington Nationals news & notes: Nats decline 2023 option for arb-eligible Victor Robles. When Victor Robles and the Washington Nationals avoided arbitration last winter, agreeing on a 1 year/$2.325M contract for 2023, there was a 2024 club option in the deal, but it was declined by the Nationals on Thursday, as they announced on X/Twitter, noting, however, “... Robles remains under team control and is eligible for salary arbitration this offseason.” “The outfielder is not a free agent as he has less than six years of service time and the club could decide to tender him an arbitration contract for next year,” as's Darragh McDonald explained in an article on the Nats' decision yesterday.

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