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Topic - David Dejesus
Since Opening Day, the moves the Nationals have made — largely due to poor performance — have slowly acknowledged their errors in expectations.
King Felix is still on top, all right.
Outfielder Josh Willingham has been traded to the Oakland Athletics in a deal that sends two prospects to the Washington Nationals.
The Oakland Athletics suddenly have a lineup that could make them a contender in the AL West _ if the oft-injured A's stay healthy, of course.
David DeJesus has been on the Oakland Athletics' radar for a while now. They like his near-perfect defense, baserunning and consistent bat.
The Kansas City Royals have exercised their $6 million option on outfielder David DeJesus for next season.
The Kansas City Royals have placed outfielder David DeJesus on the 15-day disabled list and recalled outfielder Alex Gordon from Triple-A Omaha.
He fanned David DeJesus, James Loney and reigning AL rookie of the year Wil Myers, but stressed it's just a start.
If DeJesus, Willingham and Matsui can sufficiently upgrade the offense and the A's can stay relatively healthy after being decimated by injuries in recent seasons, they could be in position to contend in the AL West.