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Ten key Nats players were linked to trade rumors this offseason, here is some of their reaction to the new age of baseball media.
After a forgettable 2013 season, Danny Espinosa enters 2014 not only looking to make the Nats' roster, but secure a starting job as well.
The 2013 season is over, and that's a good thing for Danny Espinosa. Once seen as the long-term answer for the Nationals at second base, he'll report to spring training next month back in a prove-it mode. That's fine with him.
The Nationals have little to do as the calendar changes to 2014, but their bench could use some help.
Danny Espinosa is the subject of a trade rumor, but Nationals GM Mike Rizzo talked up his infielder on Monday at the Winter Meetings.
All in all, 2013 was a tough year for the 26-year-old. He dealt with injuries and was demoted to Triple-A Syracuse in June.
More than two months into the season, the Nationals finally placed Danny Espinosa on the disabled list Tuesday. It was one of a flurry of moves the team needed to make, mostly with its pitching staff, as it attempts to regain some of its luster that's been lost in a 28-29 start.
As the Nationals arrived at Tuesday as a 28-29 baseball team, their clubhouse was a flurry of action before they opened a three-game series against the New York Mets. The Nationals made made sweeping changes to their bullpen, welcomed back a team leader, added a top prospect and placed one of their most embattled players on the disabled list.
Yocum, who died over the weekend at age 65, saved the careers of countless professional athletes — including many pitchers who underwent Tommy John surgery and rehab under his care.