Ryan Zimmerman, Nationals Agree on $2M Plus Incentives for 2020: AP Source

Ryan Zimmerman was the first player drafted by the Nationals in 2005

A person familiar with the negotiations tells the AP that Ryan Zimmerman and the Washington Nationals have agreed to terms on a $2 million deal for 2020.

The deal is pending a physical.

The agreement also includes a chance for Zimmerman to earn $3 million in incentives based on the number of games he plays and how many plate appearances he gets.

Mr. National, Ryan Zimmerman, took a turn in goal at Washington Capitals practice Wednesday. Cary Chow reports.

The 35-year-old first baseman was the team's first draft pick after it moved to Washington. He has played in all 15 of the Nationals' seasons and holds several franchise records.

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