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Latest Chris Marrero Items
Here it is: the final weekend before baseball's winter meetings begin Monday in Dallas. It's been more than a month without any baseball and it'll be just over two more before the Washington Nationals pack up and head down to Viera, Fla. to start the 2012 season anew.
Sitting in a dugout thick with South Florida humidity Wednesday afternoon, manager Davey Johnson offered perhaps the truest statement about the 2011 Washington Nationals.
As the clock raced toward 11 p.m., Davey Johnson walked into the interview room with tired eyes and, somehow, a victory.
Ryan Zimmerman's abdominal strain is bad enough that the All-Star third baseman is headed to the 15-day disabled list, according to a club source.
Here's a look at the next wave of prospects the Nationals hope will be making their way to Washington sooner or later:
Bryce Harper received a friendly greeting Monday from Stephen Strasburg, one overall No. 1 draft pick greeting another at spring training for the Washington Nationals.
WOODBRIDGE, Va. — His whole life, people would bring up Chris Marrero's age only to keep themselves from getting too giddy about what he was doing in a batting cage or maybe to chart a hypothetical course off into the baseball stratosphere where he would be residing sooner or later.
The Washington Nationals have promoted their entire starting outfield from low-Class A Hagerstown — including Chris Marrero, last year's first-round draft pick — to high-Class A Potomac in a move that underscores those players' speedy development.