Washington Nationals superstar right fielder, Bryce Harper, is now free to sign anywhere, but what are the Nationals chances at bringing him back to D.C.? ...
by: Patrick Reddington — SB Nation: Federal Baseball 17h
Washington’s Nationals addressed their catching needs when they signed Kurt Suzuki to a 2-year/$10M deal which was made official this afternoon. Suzuki talked to reporters today about returning to D.C.
by: Nathan Cunningham — Fansided: District on Deck 20h
With the holidays nearly here, there's no better time than the present to nab yourself one of these festive Washington Nationals shirts from BreakingT. Tur...
by: Kenny Kelly — SB Nation: Beyond the Box Score 21h
Kurt Suzuki has been one of the better hitting catchers the past two seasons. He has not been one of the better framers.
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by: Stephen G. "Ghost" Mears — Talk Nats 20 Nov
After the build-up to the Rule 5 draft reserve list, the Nationals only protected one player and that was James Bourque who is a hard-throwing right-handed reliever who pitched last year for the High-A PNats and the Double-A Harrisburg Senators. …...
by: Drew Douglas — Fansided: Call To The Pen 19 Nov
The Washington Nationals reportedly signed Kurt Suzuki on Monday afternoon. Could this be a precursor to a Wilson Ramos reunion? Since losing Wils...
by: Ryan Sullivan — Nats GM 19 Nov
The terms of the deal have the 35-year-old catcher earning $4 million in 2019 and $6 million in 2020. Overall this feels like a tremendous addition by the Nationals.
by: Patrick Reddington — SB Nation: Federal Baseball 19 Nov
In advance of the deadline to add Rule 5 Draft-eligible players to the 40-Man roster, the Nationals announced that they selected the contract of right-handed reliever James Bourque.
by: Blake Finney — Fansided: District on Deck 19 Nov
We bring back our Monday Mailbag after a couple of weeks off. This week, could Yasmani Grandal be an option at catcher for the Washington Nationals? With o...