All across the MLB, pitchers and catchers reported to Spring Training on Monday, and sharkingly, the Washington Nationals were no different. Their pitchers, newbies Gio Gonzalez and Edwin Jackson (who have yet to be nicknamed), join Jordan Zimmermanntastic and Stephen Strasburg, to create one of the more promising looking rotations in the National League. Wilson "the Rhino" Ramos is ready to stampede the completion and be the National League' All Star Game starting catcher.
Most importantly, of course, THE SHARK IS BACK IN CAMP!
While it has been mostly pitchers and catchers that have reported to camp, the Shark, hungry for a starting position was one of the first position players in the Nationals camp. Throughout the offseason, he spent his time conditioning, from the icy waters of the Arctic to the depths of the Mariana Trench. Remember last season, when he was so bulked up, a flex of his bicep would tear to shreds the dopiest XXXL novelty hoodie? Well imagine that again, only this time with more (if that's possible) fire in his eye.
Before I go, I will leave you with this photo from Nationals Spring Training. You can see the Rhino and Tyler Clippard running to keep up with Bernadina...who's running with a bat?
More to come.