Nats insider Mark Zuckerman discusses one of spring training's biggest issues: whether Bryce Harper starts the season in Washington.
CSNwashington's Mark Zuckerman an Chase Hughes join The Washington Times Amanda Comak to preview the Nats spring training.
The Nationals' biggest problem as spring training opens is one most teams would love to have: seven qualified starters for only five rotation spots. They'll have to find a way to sort this out over the next six weeks.
Now a year-and-a-half after Rizzo said he couldn't wear the eye black, Harper seems to still hold on to his past.
When the offseason began, Nationals GM Mike Rizzo said one of his priorities was to acquire a leadoff-hitting center fielder. Unable to pull that off, the Nats will instead head to spring training with a trio of unappealing choices at this very important position.