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Drew Storen News Archive
Storen earned his sixth save of the season Monday against the Braves as he allowed one hit and recorded one out.
Storen continued his run as the Nationals' current closer Sunday, converting his fourth straight save opportunity since Rafael Soriano's demotion. Storen allowed two singles with no strikeouts, but still pulled out a save for the 3-0 Washington win.
Storen converted his third straight save opportunity since Rafael Soriano was removed from the Nationals' closer role, pitching a perfect ninth inning Tuesday with one strikeout.
Storen locked down his third save of the season Monday, striking out all three batters to face him in the ninth.
Storen converted his second save of the season Sunday, setting down the Phillies in order and striking out two.
Storen was named by manager Matt Williams as a candidate to see save chances with Rafael Soriano removed from the role, Dan Kolko of MASNsports.com reports.
Storen, Tyler Clippard, and Matt Thornton were all mentioned by Nationals manager Matt Williams as possible ninth-inning replacements for a struggling Rafael Soriano after Friday's game, the Washington Post reports.
Storen tossed a perfect seventh inning Friday, striking out two, to notch his 18th hold of the season.