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Jorge Castillo is a Nationals beat reporter for The Washington Post. He previously was the Wizards beat reporter for the Post after covering various sports for The New York Times and The Star-Ledger.
Without Bryce Harper in the lineup, Washington salvages a series split.
Harper has been hit on the right shin twice in less than a week.
Soto was tossed before seeing a pitch in his third at-bat Wednesday.
Glover has not pitched in the majors since last June.
Jefry Rodriguez earns his first win in an 8-3 rout in opener, but Atlanta’s ninth-inning rally in nightcap proves extra painful.
Washington optioned Jimmy Cordero to Class AAA Syracuse to make room on the roster.
The Nationals begin a crucial three-day, four-game series against the Braves with a doubleheader on Tuesday.
Doolittle felt some anxiety about responding to the resurfacing of Trea Turner's and other MLB players' old tweets tinged with racism and homophobia. But he did what he felt he had to do.
Harper initially thought the worst, but “it feels fine.”
Strasburg is feeling good.