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The White Sox signed Hendriks to a three-year deal worth $54 million.
The Nationals, who won the World Series in 2019, but slipped to fourth place in the NL East last year, were looking for a left-handed reliever. Last year Hand converted 16 saves in 16 chances to lead all MLB closers. The only save he didn’t convert came in Game 2 of the Indians wild card loss to the Yankees.
Hand went 2-1 with a 2.05 ERA, while leading the AL in games finished with 21. He struck out 29 in 22 innings and posted a 0.773 WHIP. Right-handers hit .174 (12-for-69) and left-handers .125 (1-for-8) against him. In 2019 right-handers hit .258 (42-for-163) with six homers against Hand. Last year he did not allow a home during the 60-game sprint.
James Karinchak is expected to replace Hand in the Indians’ bullpen in 2021.
Indians free agents who have signed with other teams since the end of last season include Hand, Carlos Santana (Kansas City), Sandy Leon (Marlins, minor league deal), Jefry Rodriguez (Washington, minor league deal), Domingo Santana (Yakult Swallows, Japan) and Hunter Wood (Texas, minor league deal). Oliver Perez, Delino DeShields, Tyler Naquin, Cesar Hernandez and Mike Freeman are among those still unsigned.
The Indians acquired Hand and Adam Cimber from San Diego on July 19, 2018 for catcher Francisco Mejia. The Indians traded Cimber to Miami on Nov. 30.
Hand, who relies on his slider instead of an overpowering fastball, went 8-6 with a 2.78 ERA in 111 games with the Indians. He saved 58 games, while averaging 13 strikeouts and 2.98 walks per nine innings.
The Nationals finished 12th in bullpen ERA last year in the NL at 4.68. Daniel Hudson led the Nationals with 10 saves. The good thing about Hand is his versatility. He can pitch in the seventh or eighth inning or close.