WASHINGTON - The Washington Nationals have unloaded two more players - trading two-time All-Star Josh Harrison and catcher Yan Gomes for prospects.
In exchange for Gomes and Harrison, the Nationals have obtained right-handed pitchers Richard Guasch and Seth Shuman, along with catcher Drew Millas.
Their departures arrive amid a flurry of activity around the club ahead of Major League Baseball’s trade deadline.
On Thursday night, the Nationals confirmed that they’d traded Kyle Schwarber to the Boston Red Sox in exchange for Aldo Ramirez.
The team also sent closer Brad Hand to Toronto and reliever Daniel Hudson to San Diego.
In addition, the team is reportedly close to sending ace Max Scherzer and infielder Trea Turner to the Los Angeles Dodgers.