Johnson Should Manage Nats in '12

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On Monday, Washington Nationals Manager Davey Johnson left Ross Detwiler on the mound with the bases loaded in the sixth inning and Arizona’s cleanup hitter at the plate. That’s the spot where the young lefty has always been pulled. Johnson wanted to build confidence and grit. Detwiler escaped, pitched on and won.

On Tuesday, Johnson left Jordan Zimmermann in a scoreless game in the seventh inning after a walk on his...

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