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One of the more reliable starters in the game and a beloved homegrown National is signing elsewhere, as expected.

"I enjoy coaching, I enjoying teaching, I enjoy talking the game. I enjoy being around it. It’s a great opportunity for me."

Nationals Director of Player Development explains why the Nationals added these guys to the 40-man at this point in the offseason.



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