Final Predictions for Who Will Make the Washington Nationals Roster

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Final Predictions for Who Will Make the Washington Nationals Roster
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Tyler Moore should be a lock for the Opening Day roster.

The Washington Nationals open their season at home on April 1 against the Miami Marlins, but what will the team look like by the time that date rolls around?

General manager Mike Rizzo has constructed one of the most complete teams in the majors as a result of a few offseason acquisitions, but there are a couple spots on the bench and in the bullpen that are still up for grabs. The bullpen may present more of a battle for the final spot, however.

In order to build off an impressive 97-win season from 2012—and win a championship in Davey Johnson's last season as manager—the Nationals will have to field their best team on any given day.

The 25-man roster will change throughout the season based on health, demotions/promotions and trades. Keeping the best players active will be key for any team's hopes of reaching the postseason.

On April 1, this is the team you can expect the Nationals to put on the field.

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