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Latest Taylor Jordan Items
For his first start of the 2014 season - and the 10th overall in his young MLB career - Taylor Jordan was handed quite the tough assignment on Sunday.
Taylor Jordan went 6 1/3 solid inning for the Nationals and an Ian Desmond solo homer pushed the Nationals to a 2-1 win over Atlanta on Sunday.
Ian Desmond didn't dip, and he hit a dinger.
After competing with each other for six weeks for the Nationals' fifth starter job, it turns out Tanner Roark and Taylor Jordan have made the team's Opening Day roster.
With two final cuts on Wednesday, the Nationals finalized their roster of position players, which will include infielder Danny Espinosa.
The Nationals won't name their No. 5 starter until after both Tanner Roark and Taylor Jordan make one final appearance Saturday in D.C.
Nate McLouth hit an RBI double in the first inning and his second spring-training home run in the sixth, helping the Washington Nationals beat the Miami Marlins 4-1 Monday.
Taylor Jordan impressed in his final start of the spring. Now the Nationals must decide whether he or Tanner Roark will be their No. 5 starter.
Taylor Jordan makes his final start of the spring, trying to win the No. 5 job as the Nationals face the Marlins. Get live updates from Jupiter on Nats Insider!