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Catching up with Randy Tomlin

Randy Tomlin didn't have overpowering stuff, but he got the most out of his abilities as a left-handed starter with the Pittsburgh Pirates in the early '90s. Now, as pitching coach of the advanced Class A Potomac Nationals, he's helping some of Washington's best young prospects do the same. By Jay LeBlanc.

Redskins 360

Horton signs

Safety Chris Horton, a seventh-rounder, became the first of Washington's 10 draft picks to sign with the team this afternoon.

Belief Blog

Sleek Sikh

Sandeep Caberwal, a lawyer and entrepreneur, is now known for something different: modeling high-fashion mens clothing while sporting his Sikh turban; possibly the first Sikh in this country to be photographed in a fashion spread

National Pastime

PUBLISHED - Prospect Q&A - John Ely, White Sox

As the Chicago White Sox slumped toward their eventual 70-92 record last summer, the team realized it would need an influx of good young pitching to compete in the A.L. Central going forward and took pitchers with their first six picks in last June's MLB draft. With three big-league caliber pitches in his repertoire and outstanding command, third-rounder John Ely looks like he'll be ready to help the big league club sooner rather than later. By Jay LeBlanc.


Clippard to start Saturday?

The Nationals haven't formally named their starting pitcher for Saturday's game in Seattle, but all signs point to Tyler Clippard returning from Class AAA Columbus and making another fill-in start for Odalis Perez.