The Nationals could be without two starters on opening day, as the team is unsure if Michael Morse or
Morse is saddled with a strained right lat, while LaRose has a bruised left foot.
"We're going to be ultra-cautious," Nationals manager Davey Johnson told reporters (via the Washington Post). "I'm going to monitor them real close. I'm not going to pus them to get them ready by opening day if I think there'd be a setback to any of them."
Neither, though, is expected to start the season on the disabled list.
•Johnson said he doesn't expect right-hander
•An MRI showed no nerve damage in the right hand of Cubs closer
•The Cardinals don't know when
•The Indians have shut down center fielder
•How's this for novel? Orioles pitcher
•Blue Jays third baseman
•An MRI revealed a torn oblique muscle in the left side of Dodgers infielder Ivan De Jesus Jr. and there is no timetable for his return. [Los Angeles Times]