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Latest Nationals Camp Items
Surprise celebrities showing up at MLB spring training is nothing new, but this one is pretty random. On Friday former NFL quarterback Doug Flutie appeared at Nationals camp wearing a No. 22 Nats jersey, and Red Sox shorts to match. As an alum of Boston College and native of Manchester, MD, the combination kind of works. Here is a picture:
What's it like to hit against Stephen Strasburg? Three Nationals prospects got the opportunity Sunday and detailed the experience.
Tyler Clippard returned Sunday from a strained back, but fellow right-hander Ryan Mattheus is now dealing with a chest injury.
Bryce Harper participated fully on his first day of the spring and showed no outward effects of his offseason knee surgery.
The Nationals have re-signed infielder Will Rhymes, who played at Class AAA Syracuse last season, to a minor-league contract.
Monday morning, while the rest of his Washington teammates enjoy their first off-day of the spring, Detwiler will board a plane for Phoenix and begin his transition from Nationals camp to Team USA.
Washington Nationals pitching coach Steve McCatty will tell you that he's nervous when any of his pitchers are on the mound. The thin line that separates a healthy pitcher from one with a serious injury is the tightrope they walk night in and night out.