Span (abdomen) has been making significant progress in his recovery, including running sprints, swinging a light bat and making throws from 200 feet, the Washington Post's James Wagner reports. "The last three days were really good," Span said. "Overall, it's been feeling a lot better than I anticipated or a lot of people anticipated feeling this soon."
Werth (shoulder) took his first batting practice of the spring Saturday, Bill Ladson of MLB.com reports. "The swing is there, all the range of motion," Werth said "My natural swing path is good. I still have a little ways to go."
Treinen worked a perfect eighth inning during Friday's Grapefruit League game against the Cardinals, and has been put on the same schedule as the Nationals' other late inning relievers, the Washington Post reports.
After a successful return to the mound Friday following surgery on his non-throwing hand, Nationals manager Matt Williams wants to get Storen three or four more innings of work this spring, the Washington Post reports.