Found June 25, 2012 on Nationals Enquirer:
To date, these 2012 Washington Nationals have been a resilient bunch, surviving DL stints by key contributors like Drew Storen, Mike Morse, Ryan Zimmerman, Wilson Ramos, and Jayson Werth. But now that Xavier Nady has been placed on the DL with a mysterious wrist injury, it's unclear how the team will respond. Here's Davey: "I put him in the same boat with Zim. They feel like they can play through something. It’s not going to get any worse, but it hasn’t been getting any better. We’ve got a real good orthopedic doctor. He said it could get worse, and then he’d definitely be out for a while. It just made sense." (Davey Johnson, making no sense, via Nationals Journal, 6/25/2012) Fear not: Mark DeRosa is back from his own DL stint just in time to replace one useless RH bat with another. (Screencap via MASNSports.com video) Befriend the Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter.  
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