From his shades to popping up Miguel Cabrera, Tyler Clippard enjoyed the All-Star Game.
The reliable right-handed reliever is a late addition to the roster, meaning the Nationals will have a representative in Minneapolis.
Tyler Clippard added a splitter, in part, because of how he lost the Nationals closer's job in 2012.
Since the beginning of the 2013 season, the durable reliever has a 9.72 ERA against the Braves.
After so many years of excellence in the Nationals bullpen, the reliever is thrilled to finally receive a bobblehead.
The two pitchers each had scoreless outings and felt happy with their arm strength at this point of the spring.
Nats reliever sat out Friday's practice, but he says he's fine and will return tomorrow.
Tyler Clippard was relieved to reach a one-year contract with the Nationals.
The Nationals ensured they will not need any arbitration hearings for the second straight season.
"We like our bullpen. We like our core players. We certainly like the construction of this roster."