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06/14/2010 5:22 PM ET
Nationals agree to terms with 22 players from 2010 First-Year Player Draft
Nationals ink 15 of top 25 selections
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The Washington Nationals today agree to terms with 22 players selected by the Nationals in last week's 2010 First-Year Player Draft: shortstop Jason Martinson (fifth round), catcher Cole Leonida (sixth round), right-handed pitcher Aaron Barrett (ninth round), shortstop Blake Kelso (10th round), right-handed pitcher Neil Holland (11th round), right-handed pitcher Christopher McKenzie (13th round), catcher David Freitas (15th round), right-handed pitcher Mark Herrera (16th round), right-handed pitcher Tyler Hanks (17th round), second baseman Justin Miller (18th round), center fielder Wade Moore (19th round), right fielder Chad Mozingo (20th round), right-handed pitcher Cameron Selik (22nd round), right-handed pitcher Colin Bates (23rd round), left-handed pitcher Christian Meza (25th round), left-handed pitcher Christopher Manno (26th round), catcher Jeremy Mayo (31st round), left-handed pitcher Ryan Sherriff (33rd round), first baseman Robert Oliver (35th round), left-handed pitcher Nicholas Serino (37th round), right-handed pitcher Kevin Cahill (41st round)and outfielder Dimetrius Hatcher (49th round). The Nationals also announced the signings of shortstop Mille Rogers (Carson-Newman College) and right-handed pitchers Tim Dupuis (Assumption College), Mike Gallo (Milligan College), Zach Gerler (Austin Peay University) and Ben Graham (Emporia State) as non-drafted free agents. Nationals Vice President of Player Personnel and Assistant General Manager Roy Clark and Nationals Director of Scouting Kris Kline made the joint announcements.

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