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Rangers trade Soriano to Nationals for three playersESPN.com news services
Despite an uncertain ownership situation, the Washington Nationals have made a splash at baseball's Winter Meetings.
The Nationals have acquired Texas Rangers' second baseman Alfonso Soriano in exchange for Brad Wilkerson, Terrmel Sledge and a minor-leaguer to be named later, ESPN's Peter Gammons reports.
2005 SEASON STATISTICS
GM HR RBI R OBP AVG
156 36 104 102 .309 .268
The deal is pending physicals.
Soriano hit .268 with 36 home runs, 104 RBI and recorded 30 stolen bases last season. During his seven-year career, Soriano has a .280 average with 162 home runs, 465 RBI and 169 stolen bases.
With Jose Vidro already entrenched at second base, it's believed that the Nationals would move Soriano to left field.
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