[Fredericksburg.com (blog)] - Storen served as the Nationals' closer last season and he went 43-for-48 in save opportunities. The Nationals tried Brad Lidge, Henry Rodriguez and now Tyler Clippard in the closer's role with Storen out, and Clippard has gone 15-for-16 in save
[Washington Post (blog)] - JULY 7: After becoming the team's closer in mid-May because of injuries to Drew Storen, Brad Lidge and Henry Rodriguez, one-time setup man Clippard was near-automatic. He was a perfect 14 for 14 in save opportunities and allowed five hits in that span.
[Washington Examiner] - Relievers Tom Gorzelanny and Henry Rodriguez pitched four scoreless innings in relief before the Phillies tacked on two insurance runs in the ninth inning. Drew Storen entered the game with runners at second and third and one out and allowed an RBI
[Washington Post] - But before him another ninth-inning novice, Henry Rodriguez, a pitcher with all the talent needed to succeed, succumbed to the weight of the task. His struggles cost him the job he had inherited from injured closer Drew Storen. Last season, Storen
[Washington Post (blog)] - (Brian Garfinkel - GETTY IMAGES) The Nationals' 5-2 victory over the Mets today was mostly a breeze, until Henry Rodriguez entered in the eighth inning and it momentarily grew … complicated. Complicated is the best word. Manager Davey Johnson thought
[MASNsports.com] - The 27-year-old right-hander stepped into the closer's role for the first time in his career after injuries and ineffectiveness knocked out Drew Storen, Brad Lidge and Henry Rodriguez. And Clippard brought some much-needed stability to the ninth inning
[MASNsports.com] - Surprisingly, Johnson said he could use Drew Storen again today for a third straight day, and he'll have a rested Craig Stammen, Ryan Mattheus and Henry Rodriguez. Still, he'll have to bring his managerial A-game today to try and get his guys back in
[Federal Baseball] - Pitching out of a roster spot: Henry Rodriguez (-8.0%) doesn't make a good argument for staying on the roster, getting a meltdown by walking two without recording an out in the 8th. Pitching out of a tough spot: Drew Storen (+6.3%) earns his first