1. Report: Nationals Have Interest in Perez

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  2. Washington Nationals' Rumors: Pros and Cons of Top Offseason Targets

    The MLB rumor mill is grinding away, and the Washington Nationals are in the thick of it, according to MLBTradeRumors.com . Nationals fans will want to consider the positives and negatives of each new rumor involving their favorite team...

    Robert Wood Written by Robert Wood about 5 months ago 1,767 reads 0 comments

  3. Nationals "Reluctant" to Part with Top Pick in 2014 MLB Draft

    Washington Nationals ' GM Mike Rizzo talked during Rafael Soriano's introductory press conference last winter about making the tough decision to forfeit the Nats' 1st Round pick, the ...

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  4. Washington Nationals Focus on Improving Bench and Bullpen During Offseason

    ORLANDO – The Washington Nationals can look back at last winter, at the roots of why they went from a 98-win juggernaut to an 86-win runner-up, and rue the moves that never happened...

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  5. Jordan Zimmermann Places 7th in NL Cy Young Voting

    In what should come as no surprise to anyone, Clayton Kershaw of the Dodgers took home the 2013 NL Cy Young award, the second time in three years he's been given the honor. Kershaw was dominant, going 16-9 with a 1...

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  6. Big Moves Washington Nationals Could Actually Pull Off This Offseason

    The offseason signing have already started, with the Washington Nationals divisional foe drawing first blood. According to MLB...

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  7. Catching Up on Another Possible Offseason Need

    Down the stretch this season, the Nationals leaned heavily on catcher Wilson Ramos, who was finally healthy after missing most of the 2012 season with a knee injury and then twice ...

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  8. The need for more coachingcontinuity

    The Nationals can't begrudge Trent Jewett for leaving the organization and accepting a job as the Mariners ' new bench coach...

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  9. Mariners Hire Trent Jewett as Bench Coach

    SEATTLE -- New Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon has made the first addition to his coaching staff by hiring Trent Jewett as his bench coach.....

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  10. Report: Nationals Interested in Reliever Boone Logan

    Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo has talked about wanting to add some left-handed bullpen help and Adam Kilgore of the Washington Post reports that the team has shown interest in free agent southpaw Boone Logan...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 5 months ago 78 reads 0 comments

  11. Nationals Are Willing to Listen on Center Fielder Denard Span

    Only a year after acquiring him, the Nationals appear willing to listen to trade inquiries on center fielder Denard Span, officials on other teams say...

    Benjamin Zweiman Written by Benjamin Zweiman about 5 months ago 150 reads 0 comments

  12. 3 Dream Free-Agent Pickups for Washington Nationals

    For Washington Nationals fans, the MLB offseason is the time to dream. Nats fans can dream about the season that could have been or the season that is yet to come...

    Robert Wood Written by Robert Wood about 5 months ago 2,222 reads 2 comments

  13. Baseball America: 2014 Nationals' Top 10 Prospects

    Baseball America posted their list of the Washington Nationals ' 2014 Top 10 Prospects online this afternoon. Last year's no.1 prospect in the Nationals' organization made his MLB debut with Washington three weeks into the 2013 campaign...

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  14. What Could a Long-Term Deal for Desmond Look Like?

    This season, Ian Desmond made $3.8 million in what was his first year of salary arbitration, ranking him 17th among major league shortstops when it came to 2013 salary.....

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  15. Nats Announce 2014 Spring Training Schedule

    The Nationals announced their 2014 spring training schedule on Wednesday, a 31-game exhibition slate that begins Feb. 28 against the Mets in Port St. Lucie, Fla., and concludes March 29 against the Tigers in Washington...

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  16. The Definitive Blueprint for a Successful Washington Nationals Offseason

    The Washington Nationals will look to put pieces together this offseason in pursuit of a World Series title in 2014. The changes that need to happen in D.C...

    Michael Nargi Written by Michael Nargi about 6 months ago 1,143 reads 2 comments

  17. Ian Desmond Wins Second Straight Silver Slugger Award

    For the second straight season, Ian Desmond has been selected as the top offensive shortstop in the National League by managers and coaches...

    Benjamin Zweiman Written by Benjamin Zweiman about 6 months ago 61 reads 0 comments

  18. The Nationals' Option to Trade for a Starter

    Two years ago, the Nationals entered the offseason with a farm system that Baseball America ranked as the best in baseball...

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  19. Scherzer, Nats Could Be Good Fit

    The Washington Nationals want to add an elite starting pitcher in a trade, according to major league sources...

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  20. Williams on “aggressive” Approach Tobaseball

    There is much we already know about Matt Williams. We know he was an intense competitor during his 17 big-league seasons. We know he is an excellent communicator based on his post-playing career as a broadcaster and coach...

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  21. Bryce Harper Will Maximize Superstar Potential Under Matt Williams

    The relationship between former Washington Nationals manager Davey Johnson and outfielder Bryce Harper was highly scrutinized by the media this past season...

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  22. Nationals Don't Make Qualifying Offers to Dan Haren or Chad Tracy

    When a then-32-year-old Dan Haren signed a 1-year/$13M deal with the Washington Nationals last winter, he was coming off a (12-13) season in Los Angeles in which he had a 4.33 ERA, 4...

    Benjamin Zweiman Written by Benjamin Zweiman about 6 months ago 50 reads 0 comments

  23. Matt Williams Wants to Help Bryce Harper, Not Change Him

    Matt Williams grew up in Carson City and played college ball at UNLV, which makes him the second figure at the top of the Nationals ' food chain who comes from Nevada...

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  24. Knorr Embraces Role as Williams' Bench Coach

    Randy Knorr knew he had overwhelming support from players, not to mention Davey Johnson. He felt his interview with Mike Rizzo and members of the Lerner family a few weeks ago went well...

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  25. Matt Williams Has No Plans to Tone Down Bryce Harper

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