The Washington Nationals revealed one new alternate home jersey and two new hats Saturday at Winterfest, the team's annual holiday fan festival.
They'll wear the gear for some home games and special occasions.
Here's a look at both hats:
Dusty Baker and the Nats players showcased the new outfits at Winterfest.
WASHINGTON -- The Los Angeles Angels have acquired shortstop Danny Espinosa from the Washington Nationals for two minor league pitchers.
The Angels sent right-handers Austin Adams and Kyle McGowin to the Nationals on Saturday night for Espinosa, who presumably lost his starting job when Washington obtained outfielder Adam Eaton from the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday.
Washington traded three top pitching prospects to Chicago for Eaton, with the intention of shifting NL Rookie of the Year runner-up Trea Turner from center field back to his natural shortstop position.
The 29-year-old Espinosa hit .209 with a career-high 24 home runs and 72 RBIs as Washington's starting shortstop last season. In seven major league seasons he has batted .226 with 92 home runs and 285 RBIs.
McGowin was ranked as the Angels' 20th-best prospect.
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