Chris Young also threw live batting practice Wednesday, and the Nationals plan to have him follow Ross Detwiler to the mound Sunday before assuming Detwiler’s spot in the rotation when he leaves for the World Baseball Classic. … Will Ohman, a nonroster left-handed reliever, has not appeared in a game yet and is dealing with a hamstring strain. … Henry Rodriguez will face hitters in live BP for the first time Thursday. … Wilson Ramos is about a week away from serving as the designated hitter, Johnson said, and the same could be true for Ryan Zimmerman.
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