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Dee Strange-Gordon

Dee Strange-Gordon


Age: 34College: Southeastern (FL)Bats: LThrows: R

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Dee Strange-Gordon released by Nationals Friday

Dee Strange-Gordon has been released from the Washington Nationals organization as per Triple-A Rochester according to MASN’s Bobby Blanco.

Fantasy Impact

Strange-Gordon had been attempting to work his way back to the Majors since signing a minor league deal with Washington on July 16. Strange-Gordon has previously been released by the Nationals’ organization on June 19 before re-signing roughly one month later. Strange-Gordon, who has previously also spent time with the Dodgers, Marlins, and Mariners, is a career .286 hitter with 336 career stolen bases. The 34-year-old will now have to attempt his Major League comeback somewhere else and is free to sign with any organization.

Luke Monaldo8 weeks ago
Dee Strange-Gordon designated for assignment

The Washington Nationals designated Dee Strange-Gordon for assignment Tuesday.

Fantasy Impact

Gordon hit .305 so far this season across 59 at-bats. There is a chance another team picks him up through waivers as a speedy utility player.

Ari Koslow16 weeks ago
Dee Strange-Gordon collects three hits, steals base Tuesday against Mets

Nationals LF Dee Strange-Gordon went 3-for-4 Tuesday, singling three times and stealing one base in the Nationals' 10-0 loss to the Mets.

Fantasy Impact

Strange-Gordon has been hot at the plate for the Nationals, hitting .476 with three runs scored and one run batted in over his last seven games. The veteran carries a .315 batting average with six runs scored, three stolen bases, and two runs batted in through 54 at-bats this season.

Chris Schommer18 weeks ago
Dee Strange-Gordon continues strong spring on Thursday

Dee Strange-Gordon went 3-for-4 with a run, an RBI, and a stolen base on Thursday against the Mets.

Fantasy Impact

Strange-Gordon looked like a total dart throw by the Nationals, but he's almost certainly going to make the Opening Day roster. He still has speed, and with the Nationals having a less than impressive infield overall, he could worm his way into a starting role. If you're desperate for stolen bases, he's worth a stab late in your draft.

Dan Harris27 weeks ago
Dee Strange-Gordon doubles twice against Astros

Dee Strange-Gordon went 2-for-4 with two doubles, a run scored, and an RBI on Thursday against the Astros.

Fantasy Impact

Strange-Gordon signed a minor-league deal with the Nationals, but their lineup is hardly overflowing with productive players outside of Juan Soto, Nelson Cruz, and Josh Bell. Strange-Gordon has a chance to make the roster and find consistent at-bats if he can show last year was just a blip. He still has plenty of speed so keep your eye on him this spring and monitor reports to see if he can carve out an everyday role for himself.

Dan Harris28 weeks ago