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Sep 16, 2014
Rotoworld
Drew Storen pitched a perfect ninth inning, allowing the Nationals to clinch the NL East with a 3-0 victory over the Braves on Tuesday.
Washington Post Sep 16, 2014

Washington Nationals clinch NL East title with 3-0 victory over the Atlanta Braves

ATLANTA — Pants pulled high to reveal bright-red socks, Drew Storen stepped off the Turner Field mound and watched the ball roll into Asdrubal Cabrera’s glove. Storen slapped his glove twice and waited for onrushing teammates — reserves from the dugout, relievers from the bullpen, outfielders in shallow center leaping and bumping chests. Read full article >>
Rotoworld Sep 16, 2014

Storen records final out, Nats clinch NL East - Drew Storen (R) Washington Nationals

Drew Storen pitched a perfect ninth inning, allowing the Nationals to clinch the NL East with a 3-0 victory over the Braves on Tuesday.
MASN Sports Sep 10, 2014

Williams on Soriano, Strasburg, Rendon, Desmond and more before Braves finale - Byron Kerr

Nationals manager Matt Williams said it is important for reliever Rafael Soriano to get into today's game after spending a few days refining his mechanics following a rough stretch. During Soriano's time off, Drew Storen has saved three consecutive games....
Washington Post Sep 10, 2014

DC Sports Bog: Drew Storen provides drama-free relief in closer role

Drew Storen has provided welcome relief over the last three games for Nationals fans who prefer their ninth innings drama-free. Storen, who has served as the Nationals closer since struggling Rafael Soriano was removed from the role on Friday, has nailed down three saves in three opportunities while pitching three perfect innings with six strikeouts this week. With the exception of three three-ball counts, that’s about as drama-free as you can get. Read full article >>
Washington Post Sep 9, 2014

Nats Journal: Matt Williams hopes to use Rafael Soriano in games but will keep closer-by-committee system for now

In the current state of the Nationals bullpen, it has become a daily question who will pitch should the team have a lead entering the ninth inning. Over the past two games while struggling Rafael Soriano rests and sorts out his mechanics, Drew Storen returned to his old role and notched two saves with electric stuff. Storen has done nothing to lose that position. But with that recent work, Storen has pitched in three of the previous four games entering Tuesday night. Read full article >>

Drew Storen gives Tyler Clippard bunny ears in the bullpen (Video)

There are antics, and then there are bullpen antics. Like, Drew Storen giving Tyler Clippard bunny ears on TV in the bullpen Monday night. Nothing else to see here. Clippard didn't look so pleased when Matt Williams pulled him in...
KFFL Sep 9, 2014

Nationals | Drew Storen earning closing role?

Washington Nationals RP Drew Storen has pitched very well the last couple days has been ...
KFFL Sep 8, 2014

Nationals | Drew Storen picks up save

Washington Nationals RP Drew Storen struck out the side in the ninth to earn his ...

Marty Niland: Storen is right choice as Nats' new closer

It didn't take long for Nationals manager Matt Williams to reveal his next closer. Two days after Rafael Soriano blew his seventh save of the season and fifth since the All-Star break, Drew Storen emerged from the Nats bullpen in...

Oh, hey, Drew Storen is the Nats closer again.

Drew Storen strikes out Ryan Howard to close out Sunday's win. Enough of this closer by committee talk: this is Drew Storen's job now. Nationals 3, Phillies 2: Adam LaRoche hits a pair of home runs, Scott Hairson does something,...
CSN Washington Sep 7, 2014

Storen saves the day in return to closer's role

Drew Storen was given the chance to pitch the ninth inning Sunday, and the Nationals' once-and-possibly-future closer delivered a 1-2-3 performance to earn the save.

Storen saves the day in return to closer’s role

The door to the right-field bullpen swung open, and as the crowd of 29,108 began to recognize a familiar figure and a familiar walk-in song emerging, applause began to circulate around Nationals Park. And by the time Drew Storen had two outs on Ryan Howard, finishing off the Phillies slugger with a devastating, 3-2 change-up…
Washington Post Sep 2, 2014

Nats Journal: Drew Storen got to meet Vin Scully

Tuesday afternoon, before batting practice, Drew Storen felt nervous as he ascended an escalator inside Dodger Stadium, headed toward a place he rarely visits. Storen hopped off and walked into the press box, where one of his favorite people in baseball awaited. Storen was going to meet Vin Scully. Read full article >>

Drew Storen got to meet Vin Scully

Tuesday afternoon, before batting practice, Drew Storen felt nervous as he ascended an escalator inside Dodger Stadium, headed toward a place he rarely visits. Storen hopped off and walked into the press box, where one of his favorite people in baseball awaited. Storen was going to meet Vin Scully. Storen watches the opening innings of […]

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