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Luis Ayala released by Nationals after brief second stint
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The Washington Nationals granted relief pitcher Luis Ayala his unconditional release Wednesday.
Alaya last played for the Atlanta Braves in 2013, where he appeared in 37 games as a reliever finishing with a record of 1-1, to go along with a 2.90 ERA.
Ayala previously spent five years with the Expos/Nationals franchise — including his major league debut in 2003. Appearing in 320 games with the franchise, Ayala recorded a 27-32 record and a 3.33 ERA between Montreal and D.C.
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