Robinson makes Nationals; Carp, Hill re-assigned to minors
Robinson is a 30-year-old with 13 major league at-bats, including nine with the Dodgers last season. But after signing a minor league deal with Washington in December, he hit .320 in spring training, while Carp batted .200.
Said Robinson, who can play first base or outfield: ''You work all offseason, the years in the minor leagues, just to get to this point. Just to be rewarded for having a good spring training means the world to me.''