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Washington Nationals 2013 Depth Chart
Can you name the Players on the Washington Nationals 2013 Depth Chart?
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This game includes players on the Major League roster, and certain players that are in the minor leagues who would be theoretically called upon in case of injury.
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Positional Depth Number
At shutdown in 2012, had 197 strikeouts
Extension he signed was largest ever for a first time arbitration eligible player
In Game 4 of the 2012 NLDS, struck out the side in his first career relief appearance
Has a career 4.01 strikeouts per walk ratio
Middle name is 'Emery'
Was an all star in 2009, but finished with a 5.17 ERA in the second half
Had two Tommy John surgeries
Stole 8 bases in 2009, remarkable for a catcher
Tore ACL in 2012, was kidnapped in 2011
Has hit a grand total of 13 home runs over 6 minor league seasons
His first name is funky
Has brother Andy LaRoche, both played on 2008-2009 Pittsburgh Pirates
Said that if he wasn't a baseball player, would own 200 cows and relax
Can't field much, but a good pinch hitter
Played last month of 2012 with a torn rotator cuff in his non throwing arm, does not plan to get surgery
A solid backup second baseman
The Nationals 1st round draft pick in 2011
Changed number from 6 to 20 in honor of Frank Robinson
Played Shortstop in minors until AAA, where he learned second base
If he is playing shortstop in 2013 for the Nats, something horrible has happened to both of the guys ahead of him at shortstop
The face of the Nationals forever
I do hope Zimm stays healthy
His dad won a World Series with the Twins in 1987
Has broken his right ankle twice and his left ankle once
Highest Wins Above Replacement (5.0) for a 19 year old ever
Positional Depth Number
Doesn't talk much
The shark. 'Nuff Said.
Is very, very, very fast
Only in left if Harper is in right
OBP is very, very good
Tracks down fly balls like the shark he is
A longer term solution if CF-1 is injured
I don't see him playing here at all, but he can
The fast one
Traded to Nats with someone else for Josh Willingham
Another 2011 draft pick, some feel he is the Nats center fielder of the future, could earn a 2013 call-up
Both his first and last name are spelled funky, and is being paid a ton
Have you seen his arm?
Can field pretty good.
Getting paid pretty good.
Closer of the future, and of Game 5 of the 2012 NLDS
If he is closing games in '13, something horrible has happened to the guys ahead of him
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Can throw it good.
Will probably be in 'pen, unless a starter is injured
Has one career save
Only lefty on Major League roster as of now
Crazy Wild Pitching 100 MPH Fastball
Have you seen this guy hit the backstop? Led the NL in wild pitches in 2011, with 14
Has fair chance of making roster.
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