A look at a few of the Nationals' most intriguing prospects and how they have progressed lately.
Giolito will make his second straight appearance and Turner gets his first.
The Nationals' prized pitching prospect is learning to deal with failure, though what qualifies as failure for him still isn't that bad.
The two will finally begin their season after staying back in Viera for their pre-season throwing programs.
Zimmerman's yearly charity event at Nationals Park will be held on June 22.
Neither pitching prospect is hurt, the Nationals say; they're just under a delayed throwing program.
Now seasoned by the seasons, the Nationals top pitching prospect is ready to start 2015 on a hot streak.
With an improved changeup and his first professional season in tow, Lucas Giolito is ready for his next move.
For the second straight season, Baseball American puts Lucas Giolito at the top of its rankings of Nationals' prospects.
The Nationals honored Steven Souza Jr., Lucas Gioltio and Wilmer Difo with end-of-season awards.