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Stan Kasten To Keep Minority Ownership Stake In Washington Nationals

Stan Kasten’s last day as the president of the Washington Nationals was today, though that doesn’t mean that his days being involved in the Nationals are completely finished as he told gathered media Wednesday that he’s still sort of involved.

Kasten described the nature of his exit as “kind of slow-motion,” and said that he would continue to hold his minority ownership stake in the Nationals “at least through the winter and into spring training for legal and tax reasons” which would preclude him being employed by another MLB team in that time.

Among the things that Kasten will continue to be involved in, according to Samuel Chamberlain of TBD, include the negotiation of a new radio deal for the team and the organization’s exploration of possible new spring training sites.