By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Washington Nationals did not make a move during the wild trade deadline on July 31st. Despite rumors of superstar Bryce Harper being available in a possible deal, the Nationals decided to stick the team together for a potential run at the playoffs.
The Nationals added free agent relief pitcher Greg Holland on Tuesday morning. He signed with the team for the rest of the season.
The 32-year-old Holland comes to Washington, D.C. after being recently released by the St. Louis Cardinals. He appeared in 32 games in his first season with the Cardinals.
As a relief pitcher in St. Louis, he went 0-2 with a 7.92 ERA with seven games finished in 25 innings. He also allowed 22 earned runs and 28 runs, while striking out 22 batters and walking 22 more batters.
Holland joins his fourth MLB team with the Nationals. He previously pitched for the Kansas City Royals and the Colorado Rockies.
As a 31-year-old, he pitched for the Rockies after missing the entire 2016 season. He went 3-6 with a 3.61 ERA with 58 games finishes in 61 appearances. He also had 41 saves in 57 ½ innings.
Holland also allowed seven home runs and 23 earned runs (24 runs overall) with 70 strikeouts and 26 walks.
His longest tenure was with the Royals, where he went 18-12 with a 2.42 ERA in 309 games. He also had 145 saves and 222 games finishes over 319 2/3 innings.
Holland allowed 86 earned runs (94 runs overall) and 16 home runs, while striking out 430 and walking 125.
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