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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Sammy Solis
In this episode of 'Baseball in The District,' Nationals prospect Sammy Solis calls in to chat with Tim.
Veteran Doug Fister and prospect Sammy Solis were among those who stood out during the first live batting practice session of spring training.
Matt Williams has plenty of options when constructing his Opening Day bullpen. The Nationals manager shares some of his thoughts.
Which Nationals rookie will make a significant impact in 2014? Matt Skole? Sammy Solis? We debate in this week's Point/Counterpoint.
The Nationals released more details about next Saturday's NatsFest this week, including three new players added to the list of those expected to attend.
Sammy Solis was the next draft pick the Nats made after taking Bryce Harper in 2010 and still have high hopes he can make an impact in the big leagues.
The Nationals added prospects Sammy Solis, Michael Taylor and Aaron Barrett to their 40-man roster, designating lefties Fernando Abad and Tyler Robertson for assignment.
Yocum, who died over the weekend at age 65, saved the careers of countless professional athletes — including many pitchers who underwent Tommy John surgery and rehab under his care.
Maybe it was wishful thinking or even naivete, he speculated later, but when Zach Walters was called into his manager's office in South Bend, Ind., on Friday, July 30, his heart sank. Traded? How could he be traded?
Washington Nationals pitching prospect Sammy Solis has visited with renowned orthopedic surgeon Lewis Yocum and team doctor Wiemi Douoguih in recent weeks after experiencing elbow discomfort in the Arizona Fall League.
Here's a look at the next wave of prospects the Nationals hope will be making their way to Washington sooner or later:
"Just coming from (Class A) Potomac and hurt to being on a mound and facing the best our big-league team has to offer, it was honestly a little more exciting than just going through the motions with some other guys," Solis said.
"Yeah, it's a little different," Solis said, explaining the knuckle-curve. "You don't see many guys throw it. I know (Mike) Mussina for the Yankees threw it."