Stephen Strasburg and Ross Detwiler worked on new pitches during the Nationals' live batting practice.
Backup catcher had never caught Nats' ace before Tuesday, but he felt like he knew him from a video game.
It's a "work in progress," but Stephen Strasburg has been throwing a slider at Nationals spring training.
In his first formal bullpen session of the spring, Stephen Strasburg focused on keeping runners closer.
After completing rehab, the right-hander starter says he doesn't see any reason why he should be held back in spring training.
The Nationals and right-hander Stephen Strasburg avoid arbitration with the pitcher agreeing to a new $3.975 million deal.
All three players are expected to be fully ready for spring training, Manager Matt Williams said.
The Yankees free agent is the best player available, and the Nationals have deep pockets, a desire to win and a roster suited for contention.
Stephen Strasbrug pitched a "good amount" of the 2013 season with pain his forearm from bone chips, his agent says.
All three players had what the Nationals called "successful" minor surgeries on injuries that bugged them during the season.