Nationals avoid arbitration with Drew Storen

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Nationals avoid arbitration with Drew Storen
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The Nationals and reliever Drew Storen avoided arbitration by agreeing to a $2.5 million contract for 2013, according to an announcement made over Twitter by CAA Sports, Storen’s representative. Storen could make as much as an extra $1 million based on games finished. Storen will make $250,000 if he finishes 20 games. He’ll make an additional $50,000 if he reaches 35 games finished; an additional $100,000 for 40 games finished; an additional $150,000 for 45 games finished; an additional $200,000 for 50 games finished; and, finally, an additional $250,000 if he finishes 60 games.

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