The Nationals and Padres are among teams interested in free agent reliever Will Ohman. Ohman is hoping for a deal worth 4-5 million dollars annually, which is well deserved after going 4-1 with a 3.68 ERA in 83 games for the Braves last season. Ohman had a 2.77 ERA during the first half of the season (49 games), but obviously struggled in the second half. Ohman has drawn interest from nearly a dozen teams, but teams like the Rays and Diamondbacks have dropped out because they have found other options or simply do not have the money to pursue him.
The Mets, Dodgers, and Orioles remain possibilities for Ohman, who hopes to be signed within the next week.
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