Day three of the winter meetings concluded on Wednesday, and the Washington Nationals have yet to fill all of the team's holes..
General manager Mike Rizzo and manager Davey Johnson have already departed Nashville, so the rest of the team's offseason dealings will have to take place back in D.C.
With a major league-leading 97 wins last season, the Nationals earned the top seed in the National League, and sit in good shape entering the 2013.
Much of last season's team is returning, and Rizzo has several options regarding his roster in terms of position flexibility and attractive trade options.
They're likely already favorites to win the National League East again next season, but these five acquisitions will help to assure they stay there.