VIERA, Fla. — Dan Uggla doesn’t hide from it, and he certainly doesn’t try to sugarcoat it.
The Nationals formally announced 20 non-roster invitees to big-league camp this spring, a list that includes three former MLB All-Stars, several other recognizable names and a group of upper-level
The Nationals entered the offseason three months ago with one glaring roster hole: second base.
Shortly after signing with the Nationals on Dec.
Recently signed by the Nationals, Dan Uggla was once arguably the best hitting second baseman in baseball. He made three All-Star games, won a Silver Slugger and earned MVP votes in 2010.