Found February 16, 2012 on Washington Times:
NATIONALS SPRING TRAINING ROSTER No., Pitchers (25), B-T, Ht, Wt 56, Austin Bibens-Dirkx*, R-R, 6-2, 190 17, Sean Burnett, L-L, 6-1, 200 36, Tyler Clippard, R-R, 6-3, 200 48, Ross Detwiler, R-L, 6-5, 185 49, Chad Durbin*, R-R, 6-2, 225 46, Jeff Fulchino*, R-R, 6-5, 285 47, Gio Gonzalez, R-L, ...
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