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Nationals hope Milledge, Dukes can overcome past: Lastings Milledge was making every effort to sound humble about a monstrous home run he hit in an exhibition against the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday, when Washington Nationals teammate Ray King interrupted the postgame interview to grant him a special dispensation.
Six (regulars) is too many: Former Cardinals reliever Ray King, who pitched an inning with Washington on Monday, and Tony La Russa had a peaceful, 10-minute meeting on the field before the game.
King, La Russa bury issue: Former Cardinals reliever Ray King, who pitched an inning with Washington on Monday, and Tony La Russa had a peaceful, 10-minute meeting on the field before the game.
Nationals add roster depth: The Nationals added more depth by signing left-hander Ray King and infielder Pete Orr to non-guaranteed Minor League contracts with an invitation to Spring Training.
Nationals close to signing King: A few hours after they acquired outfielder Lastings Milledge in a trade with the Mets, the Nationals are close to signing left-hander Ray King to a non-guaranteed Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training.
Notes: King can help club to playoffs: Ray King pitched three seasons with the Brewers earlier this decade, and knows as well as anyone how badly the franchise longs for a winner. Now that he's back, he has a chance to help pitch the Brewers to the postseason.
Notes: Brewers bring in King: A day after their bullpen squandered a three-run lead and a chance to pull within one-half game of first place, the Brewers added another arm to the mix, acquiring left-hander Ray King from the Nationals on Tuesday.
Brewers acquire reliever King from Nats: Hoping to stabilize their struggling bullpen, the Milwaukee Brewers acquired left-hander Ray King from the Washington Nationals on Tuesday in exchange for a player to be named. King was 1-1 with a 4.54 ERA in 55 appearances for the Nationals this season. The 33-year-old played for the Brewers from 2000-02, and is expected to join the team on Wednesday.
Brewers acquire King from Nats to bolster bullpen: Hoping to stabilize their struggling bullpen, the Brewers acquired left-hander Ray King from the Nationals on Tuesday.
Notes: Williams on DL; King returns: The Nationals activated left-hander Ray King and placed right-hander Jerome Williams on the 15-day disabled list with a mild left ankle sprain. A day off on Thursday, when Williams was scheduled to pitch, made the decision easier.
Shoulder woes force Nats' King to DL: The Nationals placed reliever Ray King on the 15-day disabled list because of left shoulder tendinitis and recalled right-hander Saul Rivera from Triple-A Columbus.
King exits game with injury: The Nationals may have received a devastating blow on Tuesday night. Reliever Ray King had to leave the game in the eighth inning because of a strained left shoulder, and he is expected to miss at least the rest of the series against Atlanta.
King looking to add depth in bullpen: Veteran reliever Ray King has high hopes, and rightfully so. The left-hander, who averaged 78 appearances with a 3.38 ERA in the past six years, is willing to do whatever it takes to become part of an already talented Nationals bullpen for the 2007 season.
Nationals sign King, Simontacchi: The Nationals continued to stockpile their pitching staff on Monday, as they signed left-handed reliever Ray King, 32, and right-hander Jason Simontacchi, 33, to non-guaranteed Minor League contracts.
Nats give lefty reliever King minor-league deal: Left-handed reliever Ray King has reached agreement on a minor-league contract with the Washington Nationals with an invitation to big-league camp.
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