Injury updates on Bryce Harper, Denard Span, Yunel Escobar, Anthony Rendon, Ryan Zimmerman and the rest.
The Nationals' young star is back on the disabled list, sidelined by his third significant injury of the season.
Harper felt a cramp in his right leg on Wednesday and Rendon is dealing with a quad issue.
The top of the Nationals order is starting to look like itself again, and that will help the offense.
The Nationals pushed the issue Thursday night, and may begin to do so more frequently.
One of the Nationals most formidable hitters and top young players is active for the first time in 2015.
The daily injury report, including updates on Strasburg, Fister, Rendon, Span and McLouth.
Fister and Solis threw their first bullpen sessions, and Rendon is slated to return to Harrisburg on Tuesday.
He gets a hit and looks good at second base, the position he'll likely man once he's back with Washington.
Rendon played five innings in Florida Wednesday, while Doug Fister and Sammy Solis began throwing in Potomac.