Opening Day is less than two weeks away, and predictions need to be made regarding the final position battles remaining in the Washington Nationals' camp.
General manager Mike Rizzo constructed a team so deep that there really aren't many position battles to analyze.
The battles remaining are for relatively minimal roles on the team. Chad Tracy and Tyler Moore are competing for the role of reserve first baseman. Dan Haren and Ross Detwiler are fighting over the No. 4 spot in the rotation. Kurt Suzuki and Wilson Ramos are battling over who will see the bulk of the time behind the plate.
Spring training has been a strong indicator of who will get the nod come Opening Day, though the winners of these battles will not be assured those spots as the season progresses. Based on their spring performances, though, these players should win their respective position battles.