As Spring Training kicks into gear, a lot of noteworthy chatter has passed around Nats camp. Here’s a compilation of everything we can find, from the minor to the momentous.
February 15, 2013; Viera, FL, USA; A general view of equipment bags and shoes during the Washington Nationals spring training camp at Space Coast Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Barr-USA TODAY Sports
Many counted out DoD’s #10 Nationals prospect Chris Marrero after a lackluster 2012, but he seems to have his power stroke back thus far in spring training.
Jayson Werth got to choose whether to play left field or right field, and he chose right.
Rafael Soriano showed up to camp five days late thanks to a visa issue, and his entrance music is a song a friend wrote about him.
Jayson Werth is moving past how last season ended, and is ready to make a run at the World Series.
After surgery this offseason, Ryan Zimmerman is back to throwing normally.
Pitcher Cole Kimball is finally healthy after a long recovery from shoulder surgery, and will likely start the season in AAA.
Wilson Ramos is slowly but surely getting along in his recovery from ACL surgery, and will likely be ready for Opening Day.
Gio Gonzalez will join Team USA after the first round of the WBC, and wants to move on from the Biogenesis controversy.
Denard Span is prepared to make an impact in his first season with the Nats.
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