Looking for cheap power and an ability to play first base, second base, left field, and right field? Look no further than Pearce. Coming off a great 2014 campaign in which he hit 21 home runs in his first extended run in the big leagues, Pearce slumped mightily in 2015. Injuries and inconsistent playing time contributed to his demise from a .300 hitter to a sub-.250 hitter. Pearce has the versatility the Nationals should be looking for as well as power.