WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Every pitching coach has his own philosophies, his own advice for those who take the mound under his watch. And when a new coach takes over a club, he typically wants to start imparting his wisdom on his pitchers right from the get-go. Derek Lilliquist, though, didn’t inherit any old pitching staff.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Though he’s dealing with discomfort similar to the ailment that sidelined him for much of the 2017 season, Koda Glover insists he’s not worried about the long-term state of his shoulder. “No,” the young reliever said during a brief session this morning with reporters in the Nationals clubhouse. “Do I look worried? I’m not worried. I’ll be fine.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Bryce Harper didn’t even wait for the question to be asked. He wanted to make this clear before any reporters assembled for his first media session of the spring could press him on it. “Just want to let you guys know I will not be discussing anything relative to 2019, at all,” he said. “I’m focused on this year. I’m focused on winning and playing hard, like every single year.
Benoit, 40, has a long track record as a big league setup man and occasional closer with 8 different franchises. Had a sub-3.00 ERA every year from 2013-16, but 4.65 last season with #Phillies and #Pirates.
Source confirms #Nats have agreed to a 1-year, $1 million deal with veteran reliever Joaquin Benoit. Helps address need for healthy RHP in bullpen with Koda Glover still battling shoulder soreness. (First reported by @jcrasnick)
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