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1 month agoWashington Nationals second baseman Howie Kendrick (hamstring) saw live pitching from reliever Tony Sipp on Thursday for the first time since he strained his left hamstring earlier this spring. Manager Dave Martinez is optimistic that both Kendrick and Sipp could be ready for Opening Day, but both players still have hurdles to clear. Kendrick is coming off surgery on his right Achilles last year and needs to play in at least three or four games before Opening Day. He's still running at only 85 percent, so the team could start him in a minor league game to control his at-bats. Outfielder Michael A. Taylor (hip, knee) is also expected to remain in Florida after the team wraps up Grapefruit League play on Sunday to continue working toward a return.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: MLB.com - Jamal Collier

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