Outfielder David DeJesus is on his third team in a week after being traded to the Rays. (Brian Kersey/Getty Images)
The Tampa Bay Rays acquired outfielder David DeJesus from the Washington Nationals in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations, the Nationals announced Friday.
The move will mean DeJesus' will be playing for his third team in a week. He was traded from the Chicago Cubs to the Nationals on Monday.
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DeJesus, 33, played only three games and had four plate appearances for Washington. DeJesus is hitting .250 with six home runs in 85 games this season.
DeJesus’ contract has a $6.5 million option or $1.5 million buyout for next season and will likely be used as the fourth outfielder option in Tampa. The Rays are one game back of the Boston Red Sox in the American League East.