Don't look for Michael Morse to see any playing time at first base this spring. Manager Davey Johnson says his cleanup hitter will work exclusively in left field.
After spending seven of the last nine seasons pitching for the Nationals franchise, Livan Hernandez is now with the Astros, but he still holds D.C. close to his heart.
Edwin Jackson admittedly struggled with his timing on the mound Sunday afternoon, but the Nationals right-hander still produced positive results.
Bryce Harper got a single off former Nationals pitcher Livan Hernandez but grounded out in his two other at-bats against the Astros.
Jayson Werth will slide over to center field for his spring training debut, but manager Davey Johnson cautions not to read too much into it ... yet.