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Washington Post 16 hours ago

If Nationals use Tanner Roark as a long reliever, they need to use him consistently

When the Washington Nationals signed Max Scherzer to a seven year, $210 million contract to be their new staff ace, a number of players were affected, but none moreso than Tanner Roark. Roark — who had just tallied 198.2 innings, a 2.85 ERA and 3.47 FIP in his first full year as a starter —was pushed out of the 2015 rotation. However, with the Nationals controlling Roark for the next five seasons, he is still a clear piece of their future plans. To that end Roark will find himself in the Nats bullpen to start the season.Read full article >>

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