Spring training isn't always a reliable indicator for the regular season.
Though many will have reservations on taking stock in certain players' performance during the months of February and March, there are still inevitably winners and losers during that span.
In the Nationals' case, a "loser" in spring training may not necessarily stem strictly from poor performance. It could be the result of multiple scenarios, like positional depth and injuries.
Throughout the spring, younger players can open the eyes of their respective manager and GM while still not making the opening day roster.
Progress and regression on an individual basis are common occurrences during spring training within any organization.
There are players in their respective primes looking to get better, up and coming stars looking to grow and players on the cusp of making the major league squad.
While there may not be many roster spots up for grabs following a successful season when Washington kept the majority of its roster intact, the following piece will look at which Washington Nationals players have been deemed the winners and losers throughout camp thus far.