Nats agree to terms with 24 player selected in First-Year Player Draft

The Washington Nationals have agreed to terms with 24 players selected in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft: catcher Jakson Reetz (third round), right-handed pitcher Robbie Dickey (fourth round), right-handed pitcher Drew Van Orden (fifth round), right-handed pitcher Austen Williams (sixth round), center fielder Dale Carey (seventh round), right fielder Matthew Page (10th round), right-handed pitcher Weston Davis (11th round), right-handed pitcher Domenick Mancini (12th round), third baseman Austin Davidson (13th round), right-handed pitcher James Bourque (14th round), first baseman Ryan Ripken (15th round), left-handed pitcher Cole Plouck (16th round), left-handed pitcher McKenzie Mills (18th round), right fielder Clay Williamson (19th round), right fielder Bryan Langlois (20th round), left-handed pitcher Connor Bach (21st round), shortstop Chris Riopedre (23rd round), right-handed pitcher Kyle Simmons (24th round), right-handed pitcher Chase McDowell (26th round), shortstop Conor Keniry (27th round), right-handed pitcher Kida De La Cruz (28th round), right-handed pitcher D.J. Jauss (29th round), right-handed pitcher Tyler Mapes (30th round), and right-handed pitcher Samuel Johns (31st round). Nationals President of Baseball Operations & General Manager Mike Rizzo and Assistant General Manager & Vice President of Scouting Operations Kris Kline made the joint announcement.