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Washington Post Mar 24, 2014

Nats Journal: Steve McCatty isn’t worried about Rafael Soriano and Drew Storen

The back of the Nationals’ bullpen, namely Drew Storen and Rafael Soriano, has produced some hideous numbers this spring training. Storen has walked six, allowed eight hits and struck out five in 5 2/3 innings. Soriano, the closer who touted his leaner physique upon arrival, has allowed 11 hits and nine earned runs in 4 2/3 innings, though he has also walked none and struck out eight. Read full article >>    

Steve McCatty isn’t worried about Rafael Soriano and Drew Storen

The back of the Nationals’ bullpen, namely Drew Storen and Rafael Soriano, has produced some hideous numbers this spring training. Storen has walked six, allowed eight hits and struck out five in 5 2/3 innings. Soriano, the closer who touted his leaner physique upon arrival, has allowed 11 hits and nine earned runs in 4 […]    
Rotoworld Mar 23, 2014

Drew Storen gives up two runs to Mets - Drew Storen (R) Washington Nationals

Drew Storen gave up two runs in two-thirds of an inning Sunday against the Mets.

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