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The top prospect in the Washington system appeared in their intrasquad game Thursday, getting an early chance against the big leaguers.

Center fielder Victor Robles, a 19-year-old prospect from the Dominican Republic, is already one of the fastest players in the Nationals' system. (Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post)

Pitchers and catchers start spring training at the new West Palm Beach facility.

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