The Nationals' pitching staff will be shuffled this weekend. How and whether or not the changes include Drew Storen remain to be seen.
The Nationals reliever bounced back with a five-pitch inning as he used the aggression Davey Johnson wanted to see.
The right-handed reliever had allowed an earned run in 16 of 17 outings before Wednesday -- and then seven runs in two games after.
After a tough stretch of outings and questions about his usage, the right-hander delivers a strong bounce-back inning with dominant stuff.
Over the past week, Davey Johnson has avoided Drew Storen in certain late-game situations.
Davey Johnson hasn't been able to get his relievers the kind of work he envisioned.
Davey Johnson thinks he needs to improve his handling of the Nationals' bullpen.
Davey Johnson may give closer Rafael Soriano the game off because the Nationals’ winning produced three consecutive save situations.
It's early, but let's jump into our year-to-date PITCHf/x numbers.
Drew Storen is the presumptive setup man but Johnson chose the reliever with the better matchup numbers.