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The last time Nationals fans saw Drew Storen, well...you know. Up above, video (via RollinWelshman) of Storen getting a standing ovation from fans during a Q&A at NatsFest. And here's Storen on the standing O, via James Wagner of the Washington Post: "That’s the type of stuff that really makes you feel special. The amount of support has been incredible." Still can't believe Storen found out about the Soriano signing on Twitter... Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter.
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