A look at the notable free agents (and their possible replacements) in the NL East.
by: Mark Zuckerman — MASN 12 Nov
As our offseason coverage kicks into high gear, we’re going to review each significant player on the Nationals roster. We continue today with Trea Turner, ...
by: Robbie Stratakos — Baseball Essential 10 Nov
Anthony Rendon, Stephen Strasburg, Howie Kendrick, Ryan Zimmerman, Daniel Hudson, Brian Dozier, and Asdrubal Cabrera, and Matt Adams are free agents. In an ideal world, the Washington Nationals keep the bulk, if not all of the aforementioned players.
by: Stephen G. "Ghost" Mears — Talk Nats 10 Nov
Every team enters the off-season in need of starting pitching. For the Washington Nationals, they have built around elite starting pitching since they began their winning ways. They enter the offseason with a need to replace Stephen Strasburg and...
by: Stephen G. "Ghost" Mears — Talk Nats 6 Nov
Tee times were booked well in advance at Torrey Pines and some other golf venues ahead of the Winter Meetings that officially kick-off on December 8th in San Diego, but many executives will slip in a few days early for … Continue reading →
by: Mark Zuckerman — MASN 6 Nov
As stated over the last couple of days, the fun is now over and it’s time to start looking ahead to 2020. Not that the ...
by: Jamal Collier — MLB: Nationals 6 Nov
The Nationals just won their first World Series title, but it’s possible their roster might look a bit different come Opening Day next season. Washington had the oldest roster in the Majors, with a good chunk of free agents, so the defending champs...
by: Shayna Rubin — East Bay Times 5 Nov
For the first time since Miguel Tejada’s award-winning 2002 season, the A’s have an MVP finalist in Marcus Semien.
by: Zachary Engberg — Fansided: White Cleat Beat 5 Nov
If the Washington Nationals showed us anything this postseason, it's that having great starting pitching can cover other shortcomings and carry a team to a...
by: Barry Svrluga — Washington Post 5 Nov
Brush off the confetti. After all the warm feelings, it's an offseason of cold calculation.
by: Peter Baker — NY Times 5 Nov
After being booed at the ballpark, the president let bygones be bygones at a White House ceremony for the World Series champion Nationals. But some players stayed away.
by: Matthew Paras — The Washington Times 5 Nov
As the Washington Nationals were introduced, players and coaches trickled out to the balcony and steps overlooking the South Lawn. The military band below played a rendition of
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