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Right-hander wants his 10th season in Washington to be distinguished by his competitive fire.

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“The MRI kind of calmed him down a little bit. He’s got to rehab and get ready," Manager Dave Martinez said.

Noll once walked on at Florida Gulf Coast University and figured his career wouldn't go much further. He was wrong.

Difo is a lifelong infielder whom the Nationals want to try in the outfield.

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A revamped roster and an all-business approach has Washington aiming to bounce back from deflating 2018 season.

Howie Kendrick is still working back from a mild hamstring strain as well, so Matt Adams and Wilmer Difo will fill in.

Sipp, 35, signed a one-year deal with the Nationals this week.

Harper hasn't thanked his Washington supporters on social media since signing with the Phillies.

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Right-hander wants his 10th season in Washington to be distinguished by his competitive fire.

Kieboom, the Nationals' top prospect, is a traditional shortstop learning a new spot.

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‘We’re expected to make the playoffs every year,’ Ryan Zimmerman says. ‘Not everyone can say that.’

Washington wants Garcia to get more at-bats in minor league camp.

Sipp, 35, had a 1.86 ERA in 38⅔ innings with the Houston Astros last season.

The 31-year-old signed a minor league deal with the Nationals in January.

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Sean Doolittle, who would be affected more than anyone by the signing, says, “I love closing. But I love winning more.”

Garcia is the only 18-year-old in a major league camp this spring.

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The Nationals’ shortstop is constantly looking for ways to improve, and he has yet to reach his full potential.

Solis, 30, was drafted by the Nationals in 2010 and struggled for most of last season.

Harper, who used the theme song for "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" as his walk-up music, walked twice in two plate appearances Saturday.

Corbin threw almost exclusively fastballs, sliders and curveballs during a career year with the Diamondbacks in 2018. That could change in 2019.

Seven players leave Nationals major league camp with the season just 20 days away.

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