The Nationals have loaded up their rotation and solidified their infield. What comes now?
Aaron Barrett is using that Game 4 wild pitch debacle as motivation, but hasn't let it ruin his perspective on his breakout rookie year.
Aaron Barrett's initial response to his disastrous performance in Game 4 suggests he can bounce back next season.
Since his return from Class AAA Syracuse, the rookie right-hander hasn't allowed an earned run in eight outings.
After a month in Syracuse he spent resting and working on a change-up, Aaron Barrett will again be a crucial part of the Nats' bullpen.
Aaron Barrett didn't plan his standoff with Brandon Barnes; it just happened.
The right-hander was called for his balk of the year on Monday while pitching the same way he has all season.
With 11 2/3 innings pitched, reliever is top choice with runners in scoring position.
Ten days after the Nationals sent him to the minors because they needed a fresher arm, they brought back Aaron Barrett.
Because the Nationals needed a rested arm, impressive prospect Treinen is called up and impressive rookie Barrett is sent down.