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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
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Doug Fister was scratched from his scheduled start in Viera with elbow inflammation, an injury the Nationals insist isn't serious.
David Robertson pitched a scoreless fourth inning Monday in his first appearance as the Yankees' new closer in New York's 4-2 victory over the Washington Nationals.
Hernandez is 39 now. He has returned to the Nats this spring as an instructor after his first season away from professional baseball. Is this the start of a coaching or front-office career or just a way to hold onto a game that's hard to let go of?
In this video Mark Zuckerman talks with Blevins, Tyler Clippard, Drew Storen and pitching coach Steve McCatty about their expectations for 2014.
The bullpen was a weakness for the Nationals in 2013. Will the Nationals be able to depend on their relievers in 2014?
Clippard, 28, will again help anchor the back end of Washington's bullpen. He has been a mainstay there since the middle of the 2009 season when, in desperation, general manager Mike Rizzo blew up his bullpen multiple times until he found competent relievers.
Drew Storen is excited to get back to work and see if the success he had late last season can carry over in 2014.
Nationals pitchers have accomplished a lot with Steve McCatty at the helm, and they want to finish what they've started with him.
Will Drew Storen re-establish himself as an elite closer, or will matters get even worse than they were last season? Whatever happens, it's a big year for the right-hander.
Rafael Soriano should get a chance to show his true worth in 2014, as the Nationals expect to be back as playoff contenders.
Ten key Nats players were linked to trade rumors this offseason, here is some of their reaction to the new age of baseball media.
Drew Storen has heard the rumors that crop up, but the Nationals reliever isn't worried about the possibility of being traded.
While the rumors linking the Nationals to free agent Grant Balfour provided for a great offseason debate this week, the 36-year-old closer has opted to instead sign with the Tampa Bay Rays.
On paper the Nationals appear to have few needs heading into the 2014 season, but a new report on Sunday singles out a new area they hope to improve.
The Nationals have until 1 p.m. to sign their 7 arbitration-eligible players. We've got updates on all the cases leading to the deadline.
"It's just rest for a couple more days, and then get it going and be good to go," he said this morning inside the clubhouse at Space Coast Stadium.
"We joke we don't really know what all he does," reliever Drew Storen said. "But one of them is going around talking trash to people."