Aaron Barrett

Washington Nationals #30 - Relief Pitcher

  • Born: 01/02/88
  • Age: 26
  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 215
  • Bats/Throws: R/R
2014 Nationals 23 0 2 0 0 0 0 21.2 16 2 2 0 11 28 0.83 1.25

Is Aaron Barrett balking out of the stretch?


In the eighth inning of last night's game, with a runner on first, Washington Nationals' reliever Aaron Barrett started his delivery out of the stretch the way he has all season, but home plate ump Joe West called him for a balk...

Williams on bullpen management, Detwiler's role...


Matt Williams talked this weekend about managing the Washington Nationals' bullpen, the difficulty he's experienced in getting relievers into the roles he envisioned for them and getting Ross Detwiler into the situations he planned on using him in...

Williams on Espi, Gio on Werth, Werth on Desmond


There was plenty of content left over after the last week in the nation's capital, so while the Nationals are off today, we went back through the archives to pull out whatever of interest was unused, edited out or missed. Nats talking Nats

Matt Williams on RHPs Taylor Jordan & Doug Fister


With Taylor Jordan and Doug Fister lined up and starting on the same day right now, there is reason to believe the 30-year-old Fister will end up taking Jordan's spot in the rotation when he's ready to return.

Game 26 WPA: The one that got away. Nats 2, Pads 4


Winnable game, lost. THROW STRIKES! Also, get on base more often.

Barrett talks return to majors, Soriano's advice


Nationals' right-hander Aaron Barrett made his MLB debut on Opening Day in Citi Field and Nats' skipper Matt Williams has been willing to use him in tough situations early this season. Barrett talked today about the confidence that's given him...

Williams on Clippard, Storen, Soriano and Barrett


Matt Williams has spent a good deal of time talking about his bullpen in the last couple days and he shared his thoughts on Nationals' relievers Tyler Clippard, Drew Storen, Rafael Soriano and Aaron Barrett in interviews this week.

Nationals recall Barrett, option Cedeno to AAA...


As soon as he was eligible to return the Washington Nationals recalled right-hander Aaron Barrett from Triple-A Syracuse, bringing the hard-throwing reliever back to the nation's capital. Xavier Cedeno was optioned to Syracuse to make room.

On Nats' reliever Aaron Barrett's slider & more


It was a rough day at the plate for Giancarlo Stanton on Sunday. First Stephen Strasburg and then Aaron Barrett shut the Marlins' slugger down. Barrett, the Nats' 26-year-old reliever, has made quite an impression in the Nationals' first nine games.

Strasburg talks establishing fastball vs Marlins


The Nationals needed a strong outing from 25-year-old right-hander Stephen Strasburg and he came through with 12 Ks in 6 2/3 IP in a dominant start against the Miami Marlins as the Nats swept their three-game series with the Fish.

Wire Taps: On Zimmerman's Shoulder, Marlins Series


The Washington Nationals were 14-5 against the Miami Marlins in 2013. They play the first game of three with the Fish tonight in the Nationals Park. Gio Gonzalez is on the mound in the series opener. Will Ryan Zimmermann will be back?

Wire Taps: Ramos Articles + Really? No Game Today?


The Washington Nationals beat the New York Mets 9-7 in the season opener on Monday, but the big story after the game was the injury Nats' catcher Wilson Ramos sustained at the end of the game. All the links that are fit to print can be found below...

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