Nationals Sign Utilityman Brock Holt, Expect Him To ‘Play Everywhere’

The utilityman is on the move... again

by Abigail Adams

Aug 29, 2020

Brock Holt has found a new home.

The utilityman has signed with the Washington Nationals, per The Washington Post’s Jesse Dougherty. Nats manager Dave Martinez confirmed this via Zoom on Saturday.

The move comes one week after Holt was released by the Milwaukee Brewers.

Holt went just 3-for-30 at the dish in 16 games with Milwaukee.

Martinez said Holt likely will “play everywhere” when he joins the team. The team must clear a roster sport for him before he arrives.

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