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Nats Journal: Drew Storen ready to enter 2015 as closer

Any Nationals fan knows Drew Storen’s been through the throes of late-inning failure and the thrill of crunch-time success. He’s been sent down and brought up, struggled in the majors and dominated in the majors, done it all and seen it all come undone.Read full article >>

Drew Storen ready to enter 2015 as closer

Any Nationals fan knows Drew Storen’s been through the throes of late-inning failure and the thrill of crunch-time success. He’s been sent down and brought up, struggled in the majors and dominated in the majors, done it all and seen it all come undone. Now, he’ll get a chance to combine the lessons of that experience; with Rafael Soriano […]

Storen appreciates vote of confidence in him

Two winters ago, in the wake of a difficult postseason debut in which he gave up the runs that handed the Cardinals a 5-game NLDS victory over the Nationals, Drew Storen watched helplessly as general manager Mike Rizzo brought in a new closer, relegating him to a lesser relief role. So forgive Storen if privately…
CSN Washington Dec 16, 2014

Storen appreciates Nats' vote of confidence

After watching the Nationals acquire a new closer to replace him two winters ago, Drew Storen appreciates the club's vote of confidence in him entering 2015.
CSN Washington Dec 8, 2014

Rizzo gives Storen vote of confidence as Nats closer

Mike Rizzo said Drew Storen is the Nationals' closer at the Winter Meetings on Monday when asked if his job was in jeopardy.

Rizzo gives vote of confidence to Storen

SAN DIEGO — Mike Rizzo didn’t offer definitive answers to the majority of questions posed at him during the Nationals general manager’s first media session of the Winter Meetings. But he did come as close to definitive as he gets when asked about Drew Storen’s status as the club’s closer entering 2015. “We trust Drew,”…

Point/Counterpoint: Should Storen’s role be secure?

THIS WEEK’S DEBATE: SHOULD THE NATS ENTER 2015 WITH DREW STOREN AS CLOSER, OR SHOULD THEY LOOK ELSEWHERE? MARK ZUCKERMAN: I understand why we’re having this discussion, but I do think it’s a bit unfair to suggest the Nationals need a new closer. The argument for change essentially boils down to Storen’s performance in two…
CSN Washington Dec 3, 2014

Point/Counterpoint: Should Storen be secure?

Does Drew Storen deserve to remain closer entering 2015, or should the Nationals look elsewhere? We debate in this week's Point/Counterpoint.

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