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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Rick Schu
Danny Espinosa discusses the playing time he's getting at shortstop this spring, plus his attempt to start hitting the ball to the opposite field more.
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.
Nationals prospect Matt Skole has some serious power, the kind that reminds manager Matt Williams of former teammate Jim Thome.
The Washington Nationals made coaching changes throughout their minor league organization today, starting with a new manager in Syracuse.
When he was earning Gold Gloves and making All-Star appearances and winning a World Series as a player, new Washington Nationals manager Matt Williams certainly made an impression on Jayson Werth.
Eckstein had been the Nats' hitting coach since Oct. 24, 2008, which made him the longest-tenured hitting coach in the National League East.
"A lot of this falls on the players," said GM Mike Rizzo. "This is a players' league and the players are paid to perform. They haven't. It's the voice of the guy who's in charge of that, we felt we needed a different perspective and a different way of doing things."