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Drew Storen is the presumptive setup man but Johnson chose the reliever with the better matchup numbers.
Video journalist Brad Horn on getting to know the Nats pitcher.
Davey Johnson sees the reliever overthinking on the mound. Storen has a reason for that.
The Nationals' left-hander had an unusual outing on a windy day against the Cardinals: he struck out none.
It’s about the 162, not the whatever this spring," the Nats closer said.
A report revealed the reliever pitched through the playoffs last year in significant pain.
Drew Storen arrives at spring training at peace with the fateful, final innings of 2012.
Drew Storen will make $2.5 million in his first year eligible for salary arbitration.
Nationals closer Drew Storen will be eligible for salary arbitration this winter because he qualified for Super Two status only because of a small, first-time tweak in baseball’s salary structure.