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.
by: Tobi Altizer — Fansided: District on Deck 9 Nov
The Washington Nationals bullpen struggled in 2018. If they hope to make another postseason run in 2019, they will need to focus on improving their bullpen...
by: Kenny Kelly — SB Nation: McCovey Chronicles 9 Nov
We have our first name in Farhan Zaidi’s search for a general manager.
by: Blake Finney — Fansided: District on Deck 8 Nov
We've got our next 2018 Report Card where we review the season of Wander Suero, who was a huge addition to the Washington Nationals bullpen last season. As...
by: Mark Zuckerman — MASN 6 Nov
How much money do the Nationals have to spend this winter? It seems like a simple question, but the answer isn’t even close to simple. ...
2018 Nationals Position Review: Questions remain at starting pitching behind Scherzer, Strasburg | NBC Sports Washington
by: Tyler Byrum — NBC Sports Washington 6 Nov
Max Scherzer was great. The rest of the starters, not so much and of all of the position groups they have the most questions.
by: Ethan Cadeaux — NBC Sports Washington 6 Nov
The finalists for NL Cy Young and NL Rookie of the Year were announced on Monday, and Nationals stars Max Scherzer and Juan Soto were nominated for their respective award.
by: Chelsea Janes — Chicago Tribune 5 Nov
One by one, surrounded by entourages of various sizes, MLB's general managers wandered into the Omni Resort here Monday for the leaguewide meetings that begin Tuesday.
by: HOWARD FENDRICH AP Sports Writer — Wisconsin State Journal 5 Nov
WASHINGTON (AP) — Trevor Rosenthal's comeback from his 2017 Tommy John surgery went so well, the Washington Nationals newest reliever says he considered trying to get back to the majors last season. "The whole process has been very smooth. No hiccups. I..
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