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The Washington Nationals designated relievers Levale Speigner and Winston Abreu for assignment yesterday before concluding their three-game series with the Detroit Tigers.
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The Washington Nationals' 25-man roster, which had stood intact for a full month, will undergo a significant shake-up over the next week after a series of events yesterday thrust general manager Jim Bowden into action for the first time in a long time.
TORONTO — One month ago, Micah Bowie was an aging, left-handed reliever who had a decent season going in the Washington Nationals' bullpen but hardly could be considered a crucial roster figure.
How about Manny Acta as manager of the year, or at least of the late spring? OK, so it's only mid-June, but this 38-year-old rookie skipper has the Nationals playing better than anybody thought they would or could.
It was the final week of spring training, and Washington Nationals hitting coach Mitchell Page couldn't stop raving about Cristian Guzman.
Ross Detwiler, the Washington Nationals' first pick in Thursday's draft, meet Balor Moore — the first first-round pick in the history of the franchise in 1969.