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Wire Taps: Stephen Strasburg chasing records; Could Koda Glover be next closer?; Ryan Zimmerman close to rehab stint

Catch up on the last twenty-four hours in Nationals news before the finale of the three-game set with the Dodgers...

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Could Koda Glover be the next Nationals closer?
Forget Aroldis Chapman and Andrew Miller - Koda Glover's closing act in last night's game (three outs, four pitches) definitely provoked a few questions about who belongs in the ninth inning.

Bryce Harper hit a home run to outer space
In an obvious celebration of the anniversary of Neil Armstrong's first steps on the moon, Bryce Harper decided to attempt to send a baseball into orbit. Unfortunately, he fell short, and all he could manage was this.

Ryan Zimmerman closing in on rehab stint
Ryan Zimmerman took BP yesterday for the second day straight, and is nearing a rehab stint. Or as he calls it, "wasting hits".

The Potomac Nationals are having the greatest Festivus night of all time
Air your grievances, eat some meatloaf, and celebrate Seinfeld on Saturday at the Pfitz.

Stephen Strasburg is chasing a few records that seem unreachable
The righty would join a select club including Roger Clemens as one of the only pitchers to start a season 14-0 with his next win. Additionally, his next win would tie the record for the most consecutive wins from a D.C. starter.

Today's Game: Dodgers vs Nationals - 12:05 PM (MASN2, MLB Network, WJFK)
Probable Pitchers: Julio Urias (1-2, 4.95 ERA) vs Stephen Strasburg (13-0, 2.51 ERA)