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Wire Taps: Nationals Park “Drooos” Drew Storen or did they “Boo”? Don’t ask Dusty Baker about Michael A. Taylor’s injury...

Wire Taps: Nationals Park “Drooos” Drew Storen or did they “Boo”? Don’t ask Dusty Baker about Michael A. Taylor’s injury...

Catch up on the latest Nationals news before the second of three with the Reds in D.C. We finally got the answer to the most pressing question of the 2017 season: Would Nats fans boo former closer Drew Storen, or would they cheer him with a nice round of “Droooos” like they used to when he wasn’t struggling for the Washington Nationals? The answer?: Both. Pretty much as expected. We’ll go over the audio from the game, single out the voices, and try to get you some numbers on the “boos” vs “Droos” so it can be officially put to rest... While we do that, enjoy some Saturday...
Drew Storen deserves nothing more than your icy indifference

Drew Storen deserves nothing more than your icy indifference

Nationals fans are notoriously polite. Struggling players don’t get booed. Opposing ones rarely get heckled. It seems like any Nats starter who makes it past the 5th inning gets a standing ovation–an absurd tradition if you ask me, but I’ll gladly err on the side of politeness and tact. Nobody wants to be Philly fans, …
Cincinnati.com Jun 15, 2017
His velocity down, Drew Storen reinventing himself with different arm slots

His velocity down, Drew Storen reinventing himself with different arm slots

It looks like someone about to fail a lie detector test. Or perhaps the first rumbles of an oncoming earthquake on a seismograph.         
Red Reporter Jun 13, 2017
Bronson Arroyo shelled again as Reds lose to Padres 9-3

Bronson Arroyo shelled again as Reds lose to Padres 9-3

Ouch, again. The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game Scott Schebler has brushed off the shoulder injury that temporarily sidelined him last weekend, and on Monday against the San Diego Padres he kept right on swinging a hot bat. The Cincinnati Reds RF went 2 for 4 with a run scored and a pair of driven in, and that was the highlight on an otherwise dumpy night featuring another poor outing from a Reds starting pitcher. Honorable Mentions are due to: Joey Votto and Adam Duvall, who each went 2 for 4 with a run scored; and Drew Storen, who tossed a clean inning of relief with 2...
Redleg Nation Jun 11, 2017

Reds at Dodgers — June 11, 2017

Despite another comeback effort, the Reds (29-32) came up short against the Dodgers (38-25) once again last night, dropping their eighth straight game in Los Angeles in walk-off fashion. Rather than countering Kenley Jansen, the Dodgers’ best reliever, with Raisel Iglesias, the Reds’ best reliever, manager Bryan Price opted to go with Drew Storen and …

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