Stevenson is not on the roster for the National League Division Series against the Dodgers.
The 25-year-old will be unavailable for the NLDS after the Nationals opted to add two extra arms to their bullpen. Gerardo Parra and Michael Taylor will serve as outfield depth during the series.
Stevenson has made the Nationals' wild-card roster.
The Nationals will use a seven-man bench to provide extra flexibility in the late innings. Stevenson makes the cut as the team's sixth outfielder.
Stevenson was recalled from Double-A Harrisburg by the Nationals on Sunday.
Stevenson was optioned to the minors in mid-August but makes his return to the big leagues thanks to Sunday's roster expansion. The 25-year-old is 7-for-20 with three runs scored and a double this season, mostly working as a pinch hitter.
The Nationals optioned Stevenson to Triple-A Fresno on Monday, Dan Kolko of MASN Sports reports.
Stevenson will surrender his spot on the Washington bench to Howie Kendrick (hamstring), who was activated from the 10-day injured list in a corresponding move. The outfielder drew positive reviews for his work as a pinch hitter during his week-long stay in Washington and may not have to wait until rosters expand in September to receive his next callup.
Stevenson was recalled from Double-A Harrisburg on Sunday, Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post reports.
Stevenson was sent to the minors July 26 but makes a quick return to the big leagues with Howie Kendrick (hamstring) moving to the injured list. The 25-year-old figures to serve as a reserve outfield option for the Nationals.
Stevenson was optioned to Triple-A Fresno on Friday.
Stevenson joined the Nationals at the start of the week and made three appearances as a pinch hitter. The 25-year-old is unlikely to see any significant opportunities in the majors as long as Washington's outfield remains healthy.
Stevenson was recalled by the Nationals on Monday.
Stevenson has received 167 big-league plate appearances over the last three years and has done very little with them, hitting .215/.293/.264 with one home run. He'll fill a fifth outfield role during his time with the team. Ryan Zimmerman (foot) landed on the injured list in a corresponding move.
The Nationals activated Stevenson (back) from the 10-day injured list Saturday and optioned him to Triple-A Fresno.
Before developing back spasms in early May, Stevenson had been in the mix for additional playing time in the outfield, but that window closed once Juan Soto beat him back from the injured list. With the Nationals satisfied enough with Michael A. Taylor as their lone reserve outfielder, Stevenson was sent back to Triple-A for more consistent playing time.
Stevenson (back) will head to Triple-A Fresno on Monday to begin a rehab assignment, Byron Kerr of MASN Sports reports.
Stevenson has been on the injured list since May 9 with back spasms and was spotted taking flyballs on the field prior to Saturday's game against the Cubs. It appears he's now ready to take the next step in his rehab and should be ready to return to game action soon. If he returns to the big-league club, he will likely serve as outfield depth.
Stevenson (back) took flyballs in the outfield prior to Saturday's game against the Cubs, Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post reports.
Stevenson is already eligible to return from the injured list. It remains unclear when he's expected to be activated or whether he'll require a rehab assignment. He may not have a big-league job to return to, with Gerardo Parra now on the Nationals' roster.
Stevenson (back) was placed on the 10-day injured list Thursday, Brittany Ghiroli of The Athletic reports.
Stevenson exited Monday's game against the Brewers with back spasms, and the issue is apparently bothersome enough to require a stint on the injured list. Gerardo Parra, who was signed to a contract earlier in the week, was added to the active roster in a corresponding move. Stevenson remains without a timetable for his return, though the move is retroactive to Tuesday, making him eligible to return May 17, if he proves ready.
Stevenson (back) isn't expected to be available off the bench Tuesday against the Brewers, Sam Fortier of The Washington Post reports.
Stevenson departed Monday night's contest with back spasms, and he's still dealing with some symptoms leading up to Tuesday's matchup. He'll continue to be considered day-to-day but is unlikely to see the field in the second game of the series.
Stevenson left Monday's game against the Brewers due to back spasms, Mark Zuckerman of MASN Sports reports.
This is relatively good news for the Nationals, as it initially looked as though Stevenson had suffered an oblique injury. He'll likely be evaluated upon his arrival at the ballpark Tuesday to determine his status moving forward.
Stevenson left Monday's game against Milwaukee due to an apparent oblique injury, Dan Kolko of MASN Sports reports.
Stevenson appeared to injure his side on a swing in the top of the fourth inning, and he would exit the contest in the bottom half of the frame. He'll be labeled day-to-day until the severity of his injury is uncovered.
Stevenson was called up by the Nationals on Saturday, Dan Kolko of MASN Sports reports.
Stevenson will replace Juan Soto, who hit the injured list with back spasms in a corresponding move. He'll likely fill a fourth-outfielder role during his time on the roster.
Stevenson was optioned to Triple-A Fresno on Monday.
Stevenson broke camp with the Nationals in a reserve outfield role, but he's no longer needed with the big club with Michael Taylor (knee/hip) back from the injured list. The 24-year-old appeared in six games during his brief stay in the majors, going 1-for-4 with a walk and a pair of runs scored in six plate appearances.
Stevenson will begin the season on the Nationals' bench, Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post reports.
With Michael Taylor (hip/knee) still recuperating, the Nats need someone they can trust defensively in center field to back up Victor Robles, and Stevenson is the best in-house candidate. The 24-year-old only has a .547 OPS in 152 big-league plate appearances, so if he does see any game action, don't expect much at the plate.
Stevenson could make the Nationals' Opening Day roster with Michael Taylor set to miss a significant amount of time due to knee and hip injuries, Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post reports.
Wilmer Difo is being transitioned into a utility role and could cover center field in a pinch, and Howie Kendrick (hamstring) and Matt Adams could fill in at the outfield corners, but none are primarily an outfielder, and Kendrick himself may not be ready by Opening Day. Stevenson isn't an exciting alternative, as he has a .212/.282/.265 line in 152 career plate appearances, but he's got a solid defensive reputation as a fly catcher and could at least earn some early playing time in a bench role.
Stevenson was recalled from Triple-A Syracuse on Tuesday, Robert Murray of The Athletic Wisconsin reports.
The Nationals just traded Daniel Murphy and Matt Adams, essentially waving the white flag on their season, and Stevenson rejoins the big-league roster as one of the corresponding moves. Unfortunately for Stevenson, there are still four outfielders on the roster who are clearly ahead of him on the depth chart. He was hitting .235/.318/.338 with six home runs and 12 steals in 331 plate appearances at Triple-A.
Stevenson was optioned to Triple-A Syracuse on Friday, Mark Zuckerman of MASN Sports reports.
Brian Goodwin (wrist) was activated from the disabled list, so the Nationals had no more need of Stevenson's services. With Adam Eaton (ankle) due back as early as next weekend, Stevenson is close to being buried on the organizational depth chart.
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