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How Howie Kendrick became one of the Nationals’ most important players

How Howie Kendrick became one of the Nationals’ most important players

A surprise trade deadline acquisition has bolstered both the Nats’ depth and starting lineup. Entering play July 28, the Washington Nationals were in a state of flux. Starting outfielders Jayson Werth and Michael Taylor were placed on the disabled list earlier in the month and there was a constant rotation of left and center fielders making their way into the lineup each day. “He’s a professional hitter. He’s strong. He takes care of himself, and he’s fit right in with the team.” - Dusty Baker on Howie Kendrick Primary backups Chris Heisey and Ryan Raburn had just hit the shelf...

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