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Jake Noll

Jake Noll

Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 2"/215 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Punta Gorda, Florida
College: Florida Gulf Coast
Draft: 2016 7th round by the
  • Federal Baseball

    Washington Nationals' MacKenzie Gore looks towards Nats debut; determined to remain healthy in '23...

    MacKenzie Gore, a 2017 1st Round pick by the San Diego Padres, who'll turn 24 later this month, was acquired by the Washington Nationals in the big trade deadline deal for Juan Soto and Josh Bell back on August 2, 2022. Gore made his major league debut in mid-April last season, posting a 4.50 ERA, a 4.12 FIP, 37 walks (4.76 BB/9), 72 strikeouts (9.26 K/9), and a .248/.346/.376 line against in 16 games, 13 starts, and 70 innings pitched for the Friars before he landed on the IL with left elbow inflammation on July 25th. Gore got off to an impressive start in the majors, with a 1.50 ERA, a 2.20 FIP, 17 walks, 57 Ks, and a .200/.279/.241 line against in his first nine games, eight starts, and 48 IP for the Padres.

  • Federal Baseball

    Washington Nationals & Victor Robles avoid arbitration, agree on 1-year deal for 2023...

    Washington's Nationals and outfielder Victor Robles have avoided arbitration, agreeing on a one-year deal for 2023 which the club announced on Monday afternoon, includes “... a club option for the 2024 season.” The two sides submitted their salary figures for the new season earlier this winter, when they failed to agree on a deal before the “deadline” to agree on a deal last month. Robles, who'll turn 26 this May, reportedly asked for for $2.6M, while the Nationals offered him $2.3M for what will be his seventh major league season, with MLBTradeRumors.com projecting a $2.5M salary for the center fielder in 2023.

  • Dodger Blue

    Former Los Angeles Dodgers Relief Pitcher Jake McGee Retires

    Jake McGee announced his retirement after a 13-year career that included stints with the Tampa Bay Rays, Colorado Rockies, Los Angeles Dodgers, San Francisco Giants, Milwaukee Brewers and Washington Nationals. McGee was selected by the Rays in the fifth round of the 2004 MLB Draft, and he would go on to make his big league debut with them six years later. The left-hander spent parts of six seasons with the organization before being traded to the Colorado Rockies prior to the 2016 season.