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Dominant Janssen, Storen help shorten game

The impetus for last week’s Jonathan Papelbon trade wasn’t so much about the Nationals trying to bolster the ninth inning as it was about bolstering the seventh and eighth innings. 818 more words

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On Harper's blasts, Fister's start, new bullpen and the Mets

Some thoughts about the Nationals’ 7-2 victory Wednesday night in Miami while watching the Mets-Brewers non-trade saga take one bizarre turn after another…

— If you were worried… 664 more words

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Stock Watch: Do Nats have reliable eighth inning option?

Each week this season, we’ll take the temperature of the Nationals roster to see whose stock is rising or falling.  

Record: 3-3

Team slash: .203/.277/.316… 527 more words

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Janssen turns emotional after big relief appearance

BALTIMORE — Casey Janssen sat at his locker inside the Camden Yards visiting clubhouse Friday night, a plate of food in his hands, and stared off into nothingness for several minutes. 467 more words

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Stock Watch: Rotation continuing to dominate

Each week this season, we’ll take the temperature of the Nationals roster to see whose stock is rising or falling.  

Record: 5-1

Team slash: .269/.336/.406… 571 more words

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Janssen, Carpenter provide experience to Nats bullpen

The Nationals’ bullpen has been through its fair share of changes this season, largely due to injuries up and down their pitching staff. Those circumstances have forced the Nats to at times call on rookies to come up and fill in. 618 more words

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With relievers ailing, starters being pushed too far

On Tuesday night in New York, Max Scherzer took the mound for the bottom of the seventh in a 1-1 game, his pitch count at 100, and promptly gave up the runs that put the Yankees on top for good. 851 more words

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