9:12 AM EDT, Wed April 01, 2015

Nats option A.J. Cole to Triple-A

The Nationals have optioned right-hander A.J. Cole – considered their second-best pitching prospect – to Triple-A Syracuse, ending his outside shot of earning a roster spot this spring. Cole, 23, will return to the Chiefs where he spent the second half of his 2014 season. The former fourth round pick made two appearances this spring,…
Washington Post Mar 6, 2015

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PREGAME: After a 5-4 win over the Mets in their spring training opener, the Nationals head to Lake Buena Vista to play the Braves for the first of many, many, many times this season. Jordan Zimmermann will start for Washington, and Taylor Jordan is scheduled to follow. Each will likely get two innings. Craig Stammen, Matt Grace, Taylor Hill, Evan Meek, Manny Delcarmen and Mitch Lively will also be traveling to the game. Mike Carp was the originally scheduled first baseman, but was scratched after being hit by a pitch in the foot last night. Clint Robinson replaces him. In other news, Yunel...

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