With Anthony Rendon still recovering from a knee sprain, Espinosa is trying something new.
Results don't tell the whole story for Espinosa, who is getting more comfortable hitting solely from the right side.
The Nationals first baseman pulls off a miracle shot, then keeps hitting.
No injuries to report; Danny Espinosa takes extra righty-on-righty BP; and Ryan Zimmerman and Yunel Escobar spent time together.
"If this is going to give me the opportunity and it’ll work, then I don’t care," Espinosa said.
The Nationals will monitor Jayson Werth, Denard Span, Nate McLouth and Brian Goodwin in camp, all returning from surgery.
He will still maintain his left-handed swing in case of injury -- but he will test out his righty swing against righty pitching.
We count down the top story lines surrounding the Nationals as they head to spring training.
Pitchers and catchers soon pack their bags for Viera, so here's a look at the Nationals roster as it stands two weeks before spring training.
The Nationals have four remaining arbitration-eligible players: Stephen Strasburg, Drew Storen, Jerry Blevins, and Doug Fister.