WASHINGTON — The Washington Nationals agreed to terms with second baseman Dan Uggla for a minor league deal with an invitation to major league spring training.

The Nationals also announced similar deals Friday with reliever Heath Bell, third baseman Ian Stewart, first baseman Clint Robinson, and right-handed pitchers Scott McGregor and Mitch Lively.

Uggla played in four games with San Francisco this year after being cut by Atlanta after the All-Star break. Uggla, 34, finished the year batting .194. The Braves still owe him $13 million for 2015.

Bell, 37, has 168 career saves. The three-time All-Star closer was released May 4 by Tampa Bay after posting a 7.27 ERA in 13 appearances. He later signed a minor league deal with the New York Yankees.

Joe Macko, who hit 306 home runs in nearly 2,000 minor league games before a long career as a clubhouse manager with Texas, died at 86 at an assisted living center in Fort Worth, Texas.

Macko was manager of the Texas League’s Dallas-Fort Worth Spurs when the Washington Senators moved to Texas after the 1971 season. He joined them as business manager, became home clubhouse manager the following year and moving to the visiting clubhouse in 1995.

After his retirement from that role in 2000, Macko was the club’s goodwill ambassador.