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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Tyler Clippard
The Nationals and Braves played yet another tight, wild ballgame Friday night. And the Nats once again came up on the wrong end.
After falling into a big 5-0 hole thanks to a poor start from Jordan Zimmermann, big homeruns from Bryce Harper and Jayson Werth brings the Nats to a 10-7 win over Miami.
The Nationals made several major decisions Tuesday afternoon, nearly finalizing their Opening Day roster after cutting infielders Tyler Moore and Jamey Carroll, plus pitchers Ryan Mattheus, Xavier Cedeno and Chris Young.
The Nationals have nearly finalized their Opening Day roster after cutting Tyler Moore, Jamey Carroll, Ryan Mattheus, Xavier Cedeno and Chris Young.
After a nearly week-long vote, Nationals reliever Tyler Clippard has edged out Adam LaRoche and Matt Williams as the team's final bobblehead for 2014.
Fans can now vote for the sixth Nationals' bobblehead giveaway this season. The choices are Tyler Clippard, Matt Williams and Adam LaRoche.
Nationals reliever Tyler Clippard returned from a minor back injury today, throwing off a bullpen mound with no issues.
Washington Nationals reliever Tyler Clippard has returned from a bad back, but bullpen hopeful Ryan Mattheus is scheduled for an MRI on his chest.
Tyler Clippard returned Sunday from a strained back, but fellow right-hander Ryan Mattheus is now dealing with a chest injury.
Tyler Clippard (back) and Ross Ohlendorf (side) have been dealing with some minor injuries in the early days of Nationals camp.
Clippard, 28, will again help anchor the back end of Washington's bullpen. He has been a mainstay there since the middle of the 2009 season when, in desperation, general manager Mike Rizzo blew up his bullpen multiple times until he found competent relievers.
Right-handed reliever Tyler Clippard and the Washington Nationals have agreed on a one-year contract for $5.875,000, avoiding arbitration.
Tyler Clippard and the Nationals settled on a $5.875 million salary for 2014, avoiding an arbitration hearing that was scheduled for next week.
Tyler Clippard says the Nationals' bullpen is much more experienced than in years past, and thinks they may have the best group of relievers in baseball.
One of the best things about the Super Bowl being over, besides the long lead time and hype involved with football's Big Game, is it means baseball season isn't far behind.
"I think the thing that stings is that they've been beating us these last few years," Clippard said. "That's kinda what it comes down to. It's just the competitive side of it. When you play these close games, you want to win them, and especially against these guys, they seem to have been coming out on top. And that's what's frustrating. That's pretty much what it comes down to. Obviously, they're a good team, and we feel like we're the top two teams in the division. To lose to them, it's always frustrating."
"Obviously, there's a history with us and the Braves with what happened last year, but it's a new year," Nationals reliever Tyler Clippard said.