1. Matt Williams' Message to Tanner Roark

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  2. Taking a Look at the Remaining Free Agent Relievers

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  3. Scherzer Talked to Fister, Thornton Before Joining Nationals

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  4. Rizzo Turning Attention to Fortifying Nats' Roster

    While the signing of Max Scherzer has dominated Nationals news in recent days, the club is facing plenty of other issues at the moment...

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  5. Roark May Land in 'Pen with Nats' Full Rotation

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  6. Max Scherzer Makes Nationals WS Favorite, Should Keep Rotation Together

    Ever since Max Scherzer turned down a $144 million offer from the Detroit Tigers last March, speculation has been rampant about which team he would sign with and how much his contract would be worth...

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  7. Does Scott Boras Run the Nationals?

    There has been, over the past four days, a bit of a conspiracy theory surrounding the Washington Nationals , who you might have heard bought the services of right-hander Max Scherzer for seven years and a cool $210 million...

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  8. Jayson Werth on the Max Scherzer Signing; He Hopes Rotation Stays Intact

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  9. Ian Desmond Is Big Steal Waiting to Be Had on MLB Trade Market

    For all that's been made about a possible trade of pitchers Jordan Zimmermann and Stephen Strasburg , it's another Washington Nationals player that has a chance to be the steal of the offseason...

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  10. Report: Nationals, Meek Agree to Minor-League Deal

    The Nationals have signed right-hander Evan Meek to a minor league deal with an invite to big league Spring Training, reports MLB .com's Bill Ladson (on Twitter). Meek is a client of Relativity Sports...

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  11. AZ in DC? Scherzer Reunites with Rizzo, Williams

    WASHINGTON -- Asked on Wednesday to reveal when free-agent right-hander Max Scherzer appeared on his radar this offseason, Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo looked back much further...

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  12. ESPN: 7-Year Deals for Pitchers = Big Trouble

    You can't measure seven years in baseball with a yardstick, a ruler or even Altuves. So we're here to measure it in a different way. (You're welcome...

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  13. Stephen Strasburg Wants to Stay with the Nationals, Agent Scott Boras Says

    After Max Scherzer's introductory press conference Wednesday, agent Scott Boras strongly denied a report that another one of his clients, Stephen Strasburg, would be open to leaving Washington ...

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  14. Craig Heist Answers on the BRAD: What's Bryce Harper's Ceiling?

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  15. Predictions for Each Top Offseason Acquisition's Career with the Nationals

    The Washington Nationals ' moves this offseason have them poised to challenge for a World Series title immediately, but life goes on beyond 2015, and so do the careers of the team's latest acquisitions...

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  16. Nationals Should Not Trade Stephen Strasburg, but It Would Not Cripple Franchise

    Without hyperbole or hesitation, one can reasonably say the Washington Nationals , on paper, have constructed one of the best starting rotations in baseball history...

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  17. FanGraphs: Scherzer's Future in Washington Is Bright

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  18. Max Scherzer and When $210 Million Isn't $210 Million

    Scott Boras has done it again. After months of what appeared to be mild interest from the clubs one would assume would be in the bidding for the best free agent on the market, Boras ...

    Zach Moretti Written by Zach Moretti about 6 days ago 267 reads 0 comments

  19. Scherzer Always Striving to Improve

    Max Scherzer is a good example how some of the most important tools to scout are heart and smarts and guts...

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  20. Top Potential Stephen Strasburg Trade Suitors, Prospect Packages

    The Washington Nationals , already one of the deepest pitching teams in baseball, made a splash late Sunday night when they inked right-hander Max Scherzer to a massive seven-year free-agent deal...

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  21. Scherzer Always Striving to Improve

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  22. Report: Nationals Likely to Host the 2018 All-Star Game

    Thomas Boswell of the Washington Post hears from “people with reason to know” that the Nationals almost certainly will host the 2018 All-Star Game, and the organization has already been notified...

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  23. Nats Can Win Big in 2015 If They Keep Scherzer-Zimmermann-Strasburg Trio

    The old days when the Washington Nationals shut down Stephen Strasburg early and had him watch the playoffs from underneath a hoodie in the dugout seem kind of quaint now, don't ...

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  24. Why Nationals Should Keep Their Loaded Staff Together

    The easiest thing in the world to do is spend another man's money, especially a billionaire like Ted Lerner's, and so, of course, those giddy to see Max Scherzer joining what already ...

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  25. Max Scherzer's Huge Deferral a Big Short-Term Help for Nationals

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