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Nationals stick with Danny Espinosa, for a simple reason

The modern manager speaks in bland corporate tones, but Dusty Baker will have none of that. To the question of why he continues to play slumping shortstop Danny Espinosa, Baker had a blunt reply. “Who else do I got?” Baker said. Espinosa started 152 games at shortstop for the Washington Nationals...
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