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CSN Washington Jun 24, 2015

Janssen, Carpenter provide experience to Nats bullpen

Lately the Nats bullpen has benefited from the veteran experience of right-handers Casey Janssen and David Carpenter.

Janssen, Carpenter provide experience to Nats bullpen

The Nationals’ bullpen has been through its fair share of changes this season, largely due to injuries up and down their pitching staff. Those circumstances have forced the Nats to at times call on rookies to come up and fill in. They have also relied heavily on second-year pros such as Aaron Barrett – who is also…
MASN Sports Jun 12, 2015

Could the Nationals work with Oakland again to get Clippard back to D.C.? - Byron Kerr

The Nationals bullpen has struggled to find its locked in 7-8-9 responsibilities as the season enters its third month. Drew Storen has been the closer and done a very good job, notching 19 saves. Casey Janssen was pegged as the...
Toronto Star Jun 1, 2015
Casey Janssen says Blue Jays’ clubhouse needed shakeup

Casey Janssen says Blue Jays’ clubhouse needed shakeup

Janssen, fourth on Jays’ all-time saves list, signed a one-year deal with the Washington Nationals this off-season.

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