The FanSided MLB General Manager Simulation roars past the halfway point. In our first fake signing, we brought Zach Britton to the Washington Nationals. O...
by: Doug Miller — MASN 15 Nov
Hot on the heels of the national observance honoring veterans of the armed services, MASN this week celebrates the arms of some veteran hurlers serving ...
by: Paul Sporer — FanGraphs 14 Nov
Wrapping up the review from my NFBC 50-round Draft & Hold at AFL …
by: Joe Rivera — Sporting News 14 Nov
Keep track of the full list of completed free-agent deals from the 2018 hot stove season.
MLB hot stove: Ranking the 10 players who would've hit free agency this winter if not for an early career payday - CBSSports.com
by: Mike Axisa — CBS Sports 14 Nov
Corey Kluber tops our list of young players that did not hit free agency when expected
by: Jesse Dougherty — Washington Post 14 Nov
Washington's bullpen is an almost-finished product after the additions of Trevor Rosenthal and Kyle Barraclough.
by: Robbie Stratakos — Baseball Essential 10 Nov
MLB Free Agency is in full swing, and many players could potentailly be on the move this offseason. Here is every National League team's biggest need.
by: Mark Zuckerman — MASN 10 Nov
The Nationals have acquired two players so far this offseason, and both were right-handed relievers: Trevor Rosenthal and Kyle Barraclough. In doing so, they began ...
by: (AP) — Wisconsin State Journal 9 Nov
WASHINGTON (AP) — Trevor Rosenthal could earn $30 million over two years if he becomes the Washington Nationals' closer and regularly finishes games. Coming back from Tommy John surgery, Rosenthal finalized a one-year contract this week that guarantees...
by: The Washington Times http://www.washingtontimes.com — The Washington Times 9 Nov
Trevor Rosenthal could earn $30 million over two years if he becomes the Washington Nationals' closer and regularly finishes games.