BOSTON (AP) -Outfielder Ryan Langerhans was traded Wednesday night for the second time in a week, going from the Oakland Athletics to the Washington Nationals for outfielder Chris Snelling.
Langerhans, obtained Sunday from Atlanta, went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts and a walk against Boston in two games for Oakland. He started both games in center field and misplayed a liner for an error that led to a run in the Red Sox 6-4 win Wednesday.
He was 3-for-44 with the Braves and came to the Athletics after snapping an 0-for-29 slump on Sunday.
Snelling is batting .204 in 24 games with Washington with 10 starts.

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