Nationals' 2011 Roster Finalized With Alberto Gonzalez Trade To Padres

The Nationals have finalized their 2011 25-man roster, a couple days before they had to do so. The team announced it has traded infielder Alberto Gonzalez, a potential candidate to make the team, to the San Diego Padres for 24-year-old minor league pitcher Erik Davis and cash considerations. This cements the 25-man roster.

Gonzalez had a nice Spring Training and had his moments as a utility infielder, but was out of options and therefore out of luck. Davis is a pitcher that went 14-3 with a 3.52 ERA in Single-A and Double-A last season.

The move means veteran Joey Cora will be on the roster as the utility infielder. Here is the final 25-man roster.

Position Players

 

  • Ivan Rodriguez
  • Wilson Ramos
  • Adam LaRoche
  • Danny Espinosa
  • Ian Desmond
  • Ryan Zimmerman
  • Jayson Werth
  • Michael Morse
  • Rick Ankiel
  • Alex Cora
  • Jerry Hairston Jr.
  • Laynce Nix
  • Matt Stairs
Pitchers
  • Livan Hernandez
  • John Lannan
  • Jordan Zimmermann
  • Jason Marquis
  • Tom Gorzelanny
  • Drew Storen
  • Sean Burnett
  • Tyler Clippard
  • Todd Coffey
  • Doug Slaten
  • Chad Gaudin
  • Brian Broderick

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