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Gio Gonzalez and Jayson Werth are making their first game appearances of the spring today as the Nationals host the Mets in Viera. Join the conversation on Nats Insider!
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.
Doug Fister struck out the first two batters he faced in his spring debut with Washington, and the Nationals beat the Miami Marlins 10-3 Sunday.
Doug Fister makes his first spring start as the Nationals host the Marlins in Viera. Get live updates and analysis on Nats Insider!
Jayson Werth has a problem with his new baseball card from Topps.
After moving around to all three outfield positions his first two years in the majors, Bryce Harper will stick to left field this season, manager Matt Williams says.
Denard Span is hoping a strong finish to his first season in D.C. translates into an even stronger full second season with the Nationals.
A play was diagrammed during a team meeting, which reminded the center fielder of football more than baseball. The player hoping to be the starting second baseman spent most of his time at shortstop. Jayson Werth kept using the word "intense."