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Spring training performance is only one part of the equation when it comes to making this kind of decision. You could even argue it's only a minor part of the equation.
How will the Nationals choose their No. 5 starter between Ross Detwiler, Tanner Roark and Taylor Jordan? It won't be based entirely on spring training performance.
While the Washington region gets slammed by a late-winter snowstorm, there is some good news: the Nationals play the Yankees today and the game is on television.
Doug Fister makes his first spring start as the Nationals host the Marlins in Viera. Get live updates and analysis on Nats Insider!
Jordan was particularly efficient (16 of 21 pitches for strikes) and commanded his entire repertoire within the strike zone. Most notable: He recorded two strikeouts, each on changeups that fooled Mets hitters Ike Davis and Wilmer Flores.
Taylor Jordan's spring got off to a strong start. With two scoreless innings, the right-hander began to make his case for the No. 5 spot in the Nats' rotation.
Stephen Strasburg says he's "ready to rock." Even so, the Washington Nationals aren't rushing his spring debut.
Washington Nationals manager Matt Williams said Tuesday that Taylor Jordan will start the team's first spring training game.
Veteran Doug Fister and prospect Sammy Solis were among those who stood out during the first live batting practice session of spring training.