Just like Greg Dobbs for the Miami Marlins, Chad Tracy has been the primary pinch hitter for the Washington Nationals for each of the last two seasons.
However, if you look at Tracy's pinch-hitting numbers as provided by Baseball-Reference.com, you'll see that his stats over the same period are inferior to those of Dobbs:
Tracy is no longer under contract with the Nats, as he signed a one-year, $1 million contract for the 2013 season according to Cot's Baseball Contracts.
With that in mind, along with the reality of his less-than-impressive 2013 season, Tracy spoke to Adam Kilgore of The Washington Post on Sept. 27:
I definitely want to play. I feel like I still have a whole lot left. I just need the right situation, the right opportunity. It’s kind of one those things, I don’t want to go out like this. I still feel when I get at-bats in the right situations that I produce. I’d love to come back here. We’ll see what happens with that.
The Nationals should let Tracy know that the "right situation" for him as far as the 2014 season goes is not in Washington.