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Tyler Moore    OF   Washington Nationals
Despite being out of options, Moore could be a bit behind Mike Carp in the spring battle for a bench spot given the Nationals' need for left-handed hitters, the Washington Post reports.

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Mike Carp    1B   Washington Nationals
The Nationals' right-handed-heavy starting lineup could give Carp an edge on Tyler Moore in the spring battle for a bench spot, the Washington Post reports.

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Matt Skole    1B   Washington Nationals
Skole thinks he's corrected the mechanical issues with his swing that resulted in a poor 2014, Bill Ladson of MLB.com reports.

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Rich Hill    P   Washington Nationals
Hill signed a minor league contract with the Nationals on Friday that includes an invite to spring training.

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Jayson Werth    OF   Washington Nationals
Werth was restricted to conditioning drills on Thursday, but says he's anticipating being able to ramp up his rehab from shoulder surgery late next week, the Washington Post reports. "You got to err on the side of caution," Werth said. "You come back too early and then you have a setback or something like that so itís a fine line. But our trainers and doctors are on top of it. I feel like I have a good sense of where Iím at and where I want to be so itís just a time thing."

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Max Scherzer    P   Washington Nationals
Scherzer has added a cutter to his arsenal, reports Tyler Kepner of The New York Times.

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Yunel Escobar    SS   Washington Nationals
Escobar has had some hiccups, but mostly looked good defensively in his transition to second base, the Washington Post reports. "Iím asking that people have a bit of patience with me," Escobar said on Thursday. "Iím getting a little bit more confidence every day. Itís new to me in my career. I want to do my best."

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Denard Span    OF   Washington Nationals
Nationals manager Matt Williams indicated Span (hernia) has been cleared to be a "full-go" for team workouts, Mark Zuckerman of CSN Washington reports.

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Erik Davis    P   Washington Nationals
Davis threw a bullpen session Tuesday -- his first since undergoing Tommy John surgery, MLB.com's Bill Ladson reports.

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Trea Turner    SS   Washington Nationals
Turner has been invited to big league camp by the Padres, and he'll likely begin his season at High-A Lake Elsinore, the team's official site reports.

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Matt Grace    P   Washington Nationals
Grace has made a good early impression on the Nationals' coaching staff, the Washington Post reports.

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Denard Span    OF   Washington Nationals
Span said that he's fully recovered from hernia surgery in December, but he'll be eased into game action during the Grapefruit League slate, the Nationals' official site reports. "I'm not in a rehab mode. So I've been working out. I've been hitting, throwing, fielding. I've been doing everything," Span said. "From what has been communicated to me, we are going to take it slow, just be smart and realize that it's a long camp."

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Nate McLouth    OF   Washington Nationals
McLouth's shoulder felt good after a batting practice session on Saturday, and he expects to be fully recovered from his labrum surgery before Opening Day, the Washington Post reports. "Strength-wise, as far as working out, Iím pretty much at 100 percent," McLouth said. "But itís still building up the arm and the amount of swings is where Iím at. But everything Iíve done so far feels fine."

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Jordan Zimmermann    P   Washington Nationals
Zimmermann says he won't negotiate a new contract once the regular season begins, Jamal Collier of MLB.com reports.

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Danny Espinosa    2B   Washington Nationals
Although Espinosa is focused on learning to hit right-handed against right-handed pitching this spring, he won't completely abandon his swing from the left side, the Washington Post reports.

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Jayson Werth    OF   Washington Nationals
Nationals GM Mike Rizzo said Saturday that expects Werth (shoulder) to be available when the regular season begins, the Washington Post reports.

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Tanner Roark    P   Washington Nationals
Roark will work as a starter during spring training, Mark Zuckerman of CSN Washington reports.

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Wilson Ramos    C   Washington Nationals
Ramos plans on playing at least 120 games this season, Bill Ladson of MLB.com reports. "I feel 100 percent ready for this year," Ramos said. "The past two years, I had problems with my legs. This offseason I worked a lot on my legs. I was running a lot, working on my agility... This year, I ran 100 percent [back home in Venezuela]. It feels great. I'm happy for that."

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Nate McLouth    OF   Washington Nationals
McLouth believes his shoulder will return to 100 percent over the next few weeks, Mark Zuckerman of Nats Insider reports.

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