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Washington Post Jul 31, 2015

Nats Journal: Drew Storen and his agent meet with Nationals GM Mike Rizzo

As the effects of Tuesday’s acquisition of Jonathan Papelbon still hover over the Nationals, Drew Storen and his agent, Brodie Van Wagenen, met with General Manager Mike Rizzo on Thursday night in New York.Read full article >>
Washington Post Jul 31, 2015

DC Sports Bog: Jonathan Papelbon says he ‘kind of became the scapegoat’ with Phillies

Fresh off a 1-2-3 ninth inning for his first save with his new team Thursday, Nationals closer Jonathan Papelbon joined Grant Paulsen and Danny Rouhier on 106.7 The Fan on Friday to discuss his move down I-95. The former Phillie said coming to D.C. was an “easy decision” and he’s excited to team with former Nationals closer Drew Storen to lock down leads in the late innings.Read full article >>
Washington Post Jul 31, 2015

Nats Journal: Ryan Zimmerman on Drew Storen: ‘If it’s possible we respect him even more now’

NEW YORK — Drew Storen’s handling of his new eighth-inning role will likely be as decisive as any story line running through the rest of this Nationals season. So far, he has dominated, with two perfect innings. He struck out the first two batters he faced Thursday on six pitches.Read full article >>
Washington Post Jul 30, 2015

DC Sports Bog: Michael Wilbon does a cruel Drew Storen impression on ‘PTI’

On Wednesday, Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser discussed the Nationals’ acquisition of closer Jonathan Papelbon and the emotional toll it could have on Drew Storen, who will now be used as a setup man.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Jul 30, 2015

Papelbon aiming for saves record, hopes to co-exist with Storen

New Nats closer Jonathan Papelbon addressed several subjects on Wednesday, including why he waived his no-trade clause and what his presence now means for Drew Storen.

VIDEO: Papelbon on joining the Nats, playing with Storen

Jonathan Papelbon met with reporters before yesterday’s game at Marlins Park on his first day with his new team, the Washington Nationals. The veteran closer addressed several subjects, including why he waived his no-trade clause to join the Nats and what his presence now means for Drew Storen. You can watch the video below to…
Washington Post Jul 29, 2015

Jonathan Papelbon, not Drew Storen, should be the Nationals’ closer

The Nationals did what everyone thought they should do and bolstered their bullpen. It just wasn’t in the way most were expecting — instead of getting a pitcher who could bridge the gap between one of their starters and incumbent closer Drew Storen, they went out and got his replacement, acquiring closer Jonathan Papelbon from the Philadelphia Phillies.Read full article >>
The Nationals Enquirer Jul 29, 2015

Sorry, Drew

Say hello to Jonathan Papelbon, the new closer of the Washington Nationals. Nats acquire Papelbon for AA-pitcher Nick Pivetta Drew Storen loses his job again. Sorry, Drew: "Really, all I'm gonna say is that obviously I'm aware of the move....
CSN Washington Jul 29, 2015

Biggest key to Papelbon trade is Storen

The key to Tuesday's blockbuster trade by the Nationals isn't how Jonathan Papelbon with pitch. It's how Drew Storen will respond to having his role reduced once again.
CSN Washington Jul 28, 2015

REPORT: Nats acquire Papelbon for minor leaguer

For the second time in two years, the Nationals decided to bolster their bullpen by acquiring an experienced closer who could bump Drew Storen from his seemingly secure role pitching the ninth inning.
Washington Post Jul 22, 2015

DC Sports Bog: Drew Storen on what it’s like to hear play-by-play while pitching

With co-host Danny Rouhier on vacation, 106.7 The Fan’s Grant Paulsen was joined in studio by Nationals closer Drew Storen for an hour on Monday.The two discussed a variety of topics, including their favorite lunch spots (Chipotle for Paulsen, District Taco for Storen), tipping practices (as in what to give Uber drivers, not letting opposing hitters know a curveball is coming) and beards.Read full article >>

Nats can only offer kudos to Kershaw

The afternoon, unusual as it was, started off in such uplifting fashion. The Nationals used a pinch-hit home run from Matt den Dekker and three scoreless innings of relief from Aaron Barrett, Casey Janssen and Drew Storen to win the completion of Friday night’s suspended game, 5-3 over the Dodgers. And then Clayton Edward Kershaw,…
Washington Post Jul 16, 2015

With some teamwork, Drew Storen has managed to save his saves

The easiest way to track Drew Storen’s unique career arc as Washington Nationals closer isn’t by watching video or sifting through box scores. Reminders of Storen’s life in the most volatile position in baseball are displayed in his parents’ South Carolina home, or stuffed in white sanitary socks in his Nationals Park locker.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Jul 9, 2015

Drew Storen isn't happy with Adam Schefter's handling of Pierre-Paul situation

Adam Schefter made Jason Pierre-Paul's medical records public on Wednesday, a move that Drew Storen called "unsettling."
Washington Post Jul 7, 2015

Nats Journal: Despite a strong case, Drew Storen not named to National League all-star team

Nationals closer Drew Storen is not the most egregious omission to the National League All-Star Game team’s pitching staff, which was announced Monday evening. Dodgers left-hander Clayton Kershaw, a final vote candidate, probably qualifies as the most noticeable snub. But “snub” certainly describes Storen, too.Read full article >>

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