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Rotoworld
Rafael Soriano took his fourth blown save and his first loss of the year after giving up four runs in the ninth Monday against the Marlins.
KFFL 15 hours ago

Nationals | Rafael Soriano's job is safe

Washington Nationals RP Rafael Soriano is the team's closer, according to manager Matt Williams. Williams ...
CSN Washington Jul 29, 2014

After meltdown, Nationals must bounce back

After Rafael Soriano gave up 4 runs in the bottom of the 9th, the Nationals must find a way to regroup Tuesday and not let this loss carry over.
Miami Herald Jul 29, 2014
Soriano blows save as Nats lose to Marlins 7-6

Soriano blows save as Nats lose to Marlins 7-6

Washington Nationals closer Rafael Soriano went from milestone to meltdown.
Washington Post Jul 28, 2014

Miami Marlins erase six-run deficit, score four in ninth to stun Washington Nationals

MIAMI — As Washington Nationals Manager Matt Williams walked toward the mound, Rafael Soriano huddled with his teammates. Williams came to pull Soriano from the game, leaving the wreckage behind. When Soriano entered to start the ninth inning, the Nationals had a three-run lead. When he stepped into the dugout, the score was tied and five of the six batters he faced reached base, the only out a sacrifice fly. Read full article >>
Rotoworld Jul 28, 2014

Rafael Soriano gives up four runs in loss - Rafael Soriano (R) Washington Nationals

Rafael Soriano took his fourth blown save and his first loss of the year after giving up four runs in the ninth Monday against the Marlins.
Washington Post Jul 27, 2014

Nats Journal: Rafael Soriano notches career save No. 200

After he struck out Reds pinch hitter Chris Heisey to finish Sunday’s 4-2 win, Rafael Soriano yanked his jersey out from under his belt. He high-fived catcher Jose Lobaton in between home plate and the mound, and then the rest of the team. Though the celebration was the same for the 13-year veteran as any other, the save was a career milestone that held special significance for Soriano. Read full article >>

Rafael Soriano notches career save No. 200

After he struck out Reds pinch hitter Chris Heisey to finish Sunday’s 4-2 win, Rafael Soriano yanked his jersey out from under his belt. He high-fived catcher Jose Lobaton in between home plate and the mound, and then the rest of the team. Though the celebration was the same for the 13-year veteran as any other, the […]
Washington Post Jul 21, 2014

Rafael Soriano, Washington Nationals closer, uses hyperbaric chamber to reach rarefied air

After 13 seasons and more than 9,800 pitches in the major leagues, Washington Nationals closer Rafael Soriano has earned the right to be one of the last players to get to the stadium. But long before he reaches Nationals Park before home game, Soriano has been preparing his body for another day of work. Read full article >>
KFFL Jul 15, 2014

Nationals | Rafael Soriano wants to return

Washington Nationals RP Rafael Soriano has told the team he would like to return in ...
Washington Post Jul 7, 2014

Nats Journal: Rafael Soriano says he won’t go to the All-Star Game even as a replacement

A day after teammates shared their disbelief that Rafael Soriano was left off the National League all-star team, the Nationals’ closer echoed similar sentiments of astonishment. Even before the all-star rosters were announced on Sunday, Soriano said he was looking forward to spending the all-star break in his native Dominican Republic relaxing with his family — but if he was selected to the team, he would go for the second time in his 13-year career. Read full article >>

Rafael Soriano says he won’t go to the All-Star Game even as a replacement

A day after teammates shared their disbelief that Rafael Soriano was left off the National League all-star team, the Nationals’ closer echoed similar sentiments of astonishment. Even before the all-star rosters were announced on Sunday, Soriano said he was looking forward to spending the all-star break in his native Dominican Republic relaxing with his family […]
Washington Post Jul 5, 2014

Nats Journal: Drew Storen, Rafael Soriano have strong all-star cases

An all-star appearance would mean different things to Drew Storen and Rafael Soriano, two of the many Nationals who have compelling-yet-borderline cases to make baseball’s annual showcase. Storen would strike a blow for overlooked set-up relievers and make a statement in the wake of his demotion a year ago to Class AAA. Soriano could make up for past seasons when he thought he deserved to make the team but was passed over. Read full article >>

Drew Storen, Rafael Soriano have strong all-star cases

An all-star appearance would mean different things to Drew Storen and Rafael Soriano, two of the many Nationals who have compelling-yet-borderline cases to make baseball’s annual showcase. Storen would strike a blow for overlooked set-up relievers and make a statement in the wake of his demotion a year ago to Class AAA. Soriano could make […]

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