Feb 5, 2014, 2:05 PM EST
Tyler Clippard enters 2014 as one of the Nationals’ most tenured veterans. This will be his sixth season with Washington and his eighth in the majors overall.
In his time with the Nats, Clippard has seen the team undergo a dramatic change. They are now World Series contenders just three years removed from being a last place team.
In a one-on-one interview with Mark, Clippard talks about the transformation he has seen among Nationals fans. He also goes into how the bullpen is much more experienced than in years past, and how he thinks the Nationals may have the best group of relievers in baseball.
Watch the video right here:
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