Drew Storen extended his consecutive saves streak to four in securing a 3-0 Nationals win over the New York Mets Sunday night.
Drew Storen closed the door in the ninth inning for the third straight night for the Nationals, extending the ‘Drew Storen Consecutive Saves Tracker’ to three.
Drew Storen earned his second save in as many nights Monday evening, something he hasn’t done in three years.
After an electric save by Drew Storen Sunday, let’s take a closer looks at his limited save opportunities in 2014, to better understand if he’s ready to be the Nationals closer again.
Nationals manager Matt Williams will use a closer-by-committee approach over the next few days while struggling Rafael Soriano seeks to correct the flaws in his delivery.
Nationals pitcher Drew Storen weighed in on Richard Sherman’s high-attention interview last Sunday, telling “The Tommy Show” he had classes with the now-Seahawks corner at Stanford and, “he doesn’t really have a problem with any of it.”
While admitting Nationals players weren’t subject to any exit interviews with team management following the team’s final game in Arizona Sunday, Drew Storen would readily acknowledge his greater concern was avoiding the awkward, double-goodbyes as guys departed for the hometowns.
Drew Storen made his case for why Nats’ bench coach Randy Knorr should be the organization’s next manager, in an interview with Holden and Danny on Wednesday. He gave an impassioned response about what the team is looking for, and why Knorr fits the bill perfectly.
For decades, major league pitchers were supposed to finish what they started. Relief pitchers were those who weren’t good enough to make the rotation, simple as that.
Bryce Harper was hit by a pitch twice as the Nats fell to the Braves 3-2, after Atlanta’s Justin Upton hit a walk-off to end it in the 10th inning Friday night.