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Washington Post Jan 12, 2016

DC Sports Bog: Drew Storen says he’ll miss the friendships in Washington

Drew Storen is headed out of town, out of the country and out of the league, but he’s not letting his time in Washington hold him back. Tuesday, the former Nationals reliever appeared on 106.7 The Fan with Grant Paulsen and Danny Rouhier to look back on his time in D.C., and what he’s anticipating with his new team, the Toronto Blue Jays.Read full article >>
Washington Post Jan 11, 2016

Nats Journal: Meet new Nationals outfielder Ben Revere

Ben Revere received news about his trade to the Nationals around 10:15 p.m. Friday night, just as he was preparing to get to bed for offseason workouts the next morning. New Blue Jays General Manager Ross Atkins, who Revere had yet to meet, called to tell the 27-year-old outfielder he was going to Washington in a trade that netted Toronto longtime Nationals reliever Drew Storen. Revere likely slots in as the Nationals starting center fielder and leadoff hitter.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Jan 11, 2016

Nats like options already on roster to fill 8th inning setup role

Trading Drew Storen now raises the question of who pitches the eighth inning for the Nats. The team, however, likes the options they have on their roster.
Washington Post Jan 11, 2016

Nats Journal: What the Nationals get in Ben Revere

The trade the Nationals completed with the Blue Jays late Friday night seems most likely to be remembered as the Drew Storen deal. The one that sent a sometimes beloved, sometimes beleaguered homegrown reliever elsewhere, and in so doing ended a dramatic D.C. tenure without which the fate of the organization itself might be quite different. The trade’s yield, 27-year-old outfielder Ben Revere, is now the guy they got for Storen, and his part in Nationals history would not be unsubtantial if it only ever summed to that.Read full article >>
National Post Jan 10, 2016
Newest Toronto Blue Jay Drew Storen remembers experience as a batboy for Montreal Expos: ‘That was an incredible opportunity’

Newest Toronto Blue Jay Drew Storen remembers experience as a batboy for Montreal Expos: ‘That was an incredible opportunity’

Drew Storen, the newest Blue Jay, has worn the uniform of a Canadian team before – and in a big-league environment too
Washington Post Jan 10, 2016

Nats Journal: Drew Storen on his time in DC, Nationals fans and his trade to Blue Jays

Drew Storen’s seven-year tenure with the Nationals is over, after he was traded, along with cash, to Toronto for outfielder Ben Revere and a player to be named.“I’m excited for the new challenge,” Storen said in a phone interview with the Post on Saturday night. “The [American League] is a different game. I’m not going to be seeing a pinch hitter late in game; I’m going to be seeing a DH. That’s going to be a good challenge for me. It’s going to force me to get better. It’s a challenge.”Read full article >>
National Post Jan 10, 2016
Toronto Blue Jays’ acquisition of Drew Storen creates healthy set of roster options, GM says

Toronto Blue Jays’ acquisition of Drew Storen creates healthy set of roster options, GM says

Ross Atkins says the acquisition of the Nationals reliever is not expected to be the end of the off-season moves
Washington Post Jan 9, 2016

DC Sports Bog: Drew Storen is really excited about Toronto and, apparently, Drake

Like anyone heading to Toronto, recently-traded Washington Nationals pitcher Drew Storen is most excited about one thing. No, it’s not checking out the CN Tower. And no, it’s not reveling in the wondrous depths of the Textile Museum of Canada, tempting as that may be.Read full article >>
Toronto Star Jan 9, 2016
Blue Jays won’t say whether Drew Storen will take over as closer

Blue Jays won’t say whether Drew Storen will take over as closer

But trade for reliever increases the likelihood that Aaron Sanchez will compete for a starting spot.
Toronto Sun Jan 9, 2016
Simmons Says: Storen gives Gibbons plenty of options

Simmons Says: Storen gives Gibbons plenty of options

The addition of Drew Storen to the Blue Jays doesn’t answer any immediate questions.
Toronto Sun Jan 9, 2016
New Blue Jay Storen embracing Toronto, Drake, Norm

New Blue Jay Storen embracing Toronto, Drake, Norm

It appears Drew Storen doesn't need a briefing on The 6 and its quirks.
CSN Washington Jan 9, 2016

Nats' Rizzo on trading Storen: 'Wish him nothing but the best'

On Saturday, GM Mike Rizzo looked back on Drew Storen's Nationals career and wished him luck moving forward.
South Side Sox Jan 9, 2016

Following up: More outfield movement; shortstops still stagnant

The Nationals trade for Ben Revere, removing yet another team from the casual browsing aisle The White Sox' "addition by attrition" approach to free-agent outfielders survives to fight another day. A day after the Giants removed themselves from the big-ticket outfielder circus by signing Denard Span, the Nationals found their Span replacement via trade, acquiring Ben Revere in a tidy little deal for Drew Storen. The Nats fill their vacancy in center field, the Jays add a reliever to keep up with the AL East arms race, and the cash will even out when all is said and done. Washington wasn't...
CSN Washington Jan 8, 2016

With Storen now traded by Nats, focus returns to Papelbon

With the trade of Drew Storen to the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday night, the focus for the Nats now shifts once again to Jonathan Papelbon.

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