5:27 PM EDT, Thu September 03, 2015
Washington Post Aug 31, 2015

Nationals can’t hold lead against Cardinals, fall another game behind Mets

ST. LOUIS — In the biggest moment of Monday’s 8-5 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals, Washington Nationals reliever Felipe Rivero flung a 96-mph fastball over the outside half of the plate, and Jason Heyward was ready. The two runners already on base in the seventh inning were not Rivero’s doing. Casey Janssen had created the mess, letting a two-run lead evaporate against the team with the best record in baseball.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Aug 5, 2015

Dominant Janssen, Storen help shorten game

Jonathan Papelbon has been good in the 9th inning, but Casey Janssen and Drew Storen have been utterly brilliant lately for the Nationals in the 7th and 8th innings.

Casey Janssen Photos

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