CBS Sports Fantasy News "Nationals reliever Drew Storen has been diagnosed with a non-displaced fracture in his right thumb. Storen suffered the injury when he slammed his locker shut after allowing a key home run in a loss to the Mets on Wednesday. Storen is unlikely to return this season. If indeed his season his..." September 13
Hardball Talk "Here are Nationals’ former closer Drew Storen’s comments regarding the Jonathan Papelbon trade. You know, the trade that made him the former Nats closer: “All I’m going to say is, I’m aware of the move and I’ve talked to Mike about it. I’ve talked to my agent about it,” Storen said. “We’ve had..." July 29
Drew Storen had surgery today to remove the hook of hamate bone in his left (non-throwing) hand. Williams says out threw days.
CSN Washington "Trade rumors are nothing new for Drew Storen, so when a new round of speculation surfaced this winter, the Nationals reliever didn’t worry about it. “No, I didn’t,” he said Saturday at NatsFest. “It’s part of the business. You read it and … eh, whatever happens. You never really know the full..." January 27
Hardball Talk "After a flubbed signing with the Orioles, free agent reliever Grant Balfour has recently drawn some interest from the Nationals, Ken Rosenthal reports on FOX Sports. The Nationals have a trio of relievers who could close, but as Rosenthal explains, they would prefer Rafael Soriano‘s $14 million..." January 20
Cubs looking at reliever trade market. Eyeing Nats' Storen, Clippard among others.
CBS Sports "The 2013 season to this point has been one to forget for Nationals reliever Drew Storen but he now has a chance to change things up down the stretch. He has been recalled from Triple-A the club announced Thursday. Storen 26 was an excellent pitcher before this season. In 2012 he had a 2.37 ERA..." August 15
CSN Washington "The Nationals plan to activate relief pitcher Ryan Mattheus as the 26th man from the disabled list on Friday for their doubleheader against the New York Mets and later in the night will have to decide who goes back down to make the roster an even 25. Davey Johnson could go in many different..." July 26
Sporting News "When the Nationals signed Rafael Soriano to a two-year, $28 million contract late in the off-season, I had three reactions: • The Nationals certainly are all-in to win now. With two capable closers already on the roster, they still gave Soriano a contract that will make him the game’s..." February 26
Nats Insider "The last thing Drew Storen wanted to do in his first appearance of the spring was blow a ninth-inning lead and conjure up images of his last appearance in a Nationals uniform. That wasn't, however, Storen's primary objective when he emerged from the right-field bullpen for the top of the ninth..." February 25