Washington citizens have agreed on a two-year contract with Freedom Captor Kurt Suzuki, according to several reports.
The news was first reported by MLB.com.
Suzuki played for the citizens for parts of 2012 and 13 seasons, kicks .239 with eight home runs and 50 RBI in 122 games. He was acquired by the citizens of Oakland Athletics 2012 and then traded back to A’s 2013.
Suzuki, who became 35 after the season, comes from the best two offensive seasons of his career with Atlanta Braves and is strongly defensive. He beat .271 in 2018 and he had 31 home runs with 100 RBI in 186 games during his two seasons with Atlanta.
The veteran divorce earned $ 3.85 million in 201
Suzuki, who has a .258 career batting average, has played with Minnesota, Washington, Oakland and Atlanta during his 12 seasons. He was named for the 2014 All Star team at the same time as Twins.
He has thrown out 219 bass runners trying to steal a base ranked fourth among active prisoners. He also ranks fourth in the captive prisoners (1,229) and putouts as a prisoner (8.250).
Veteran prisoner Matt Wieters, who appeared in 76 games for the citizens of a injured marine in 2018, is a free agent.