1. Fister Leaves Start with Lat Strain, Unlikely to Make 1st Start

    Nationals right-hander Doug Fister left Thursday's minor league game with a right lat strain, the team announced. He will be reevaluated when the club arrives in Washington this weekend...

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  2. Fister Leaves Minor League Start with Lat Strain

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  3. Chris Sale Not a Fan of 'Overrated' Label for Bryce Harper

    ESPN recently crowned Bryce Harper the most overrated player in baseball, though White Sox ace Chris Sale doesn't agree with it.....

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  4. Zimmerman Spring Line: 0.50 ERA, 15 Ks, 1 BB

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  5. Nationals Re-Sign LHP Michael Gonzalez

    Left-hander Michael Gonzalez has re-signed with the Nationals after being released by the team earlier this week...

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  6. Nationals Cut Jeff Kobernus, Sandy Leon

    The Nationals finalized the position player portion of their opening day roster, cutting speedy infielder-outfielder Jeff Kobernus and switching-hitting catcher Sandy Leon from the major-league roster after Wednesday's game...

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  7. Watch: Harper Ejected for Arguing with Ump

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  8. Harper Ejected for Arguing Call at First Base

    A meaningless Nationals - Cardinals spring training game got a bit of life in the top of the fourth inning today, when Bryce Harper was ejected for apparently arguing a close play at first base...

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  9. Complete Washington Nationals 2014 Season Preview

    With just five days remaining until the Washington Nationals travel to Citi Field for their series with the New York Mets , newly appointed manager Matt Williams will look to get off to a good start...

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  10. Nationals to Sign Kevin Frandsen

    The Nationals have agreed to sign infielder Kevin Frandsen, reports Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports (via Twitter)...

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  11. Report: Nationals Release Jamey Carroll, Chris Young

    The Nationals have released veteran infielder Jamey Carroll, Mark Zuckerman of CSNWashington.com tweets. They have also released pitcher Chris Young, tweets MASNsports.com's Dan Kolko...

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  12. Strasburg Works into 6th, Harper Homers, Nats Win

    Stephen Strasburg pitched into the sixth inning in his final spring training tuneup and Bryce Harper hit a three-run homer as the Washington Nationals defeated the New York Mets 7-3 Tuesday...

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  13. Nationals Release LHP Michael Gonzalez

    The Nationals have released southpaw reliever Michael Gonzalez, tweets Adam Kilgore of the Washington Post. Gonzalez had a Thursday opt-out date, notes Mark Zuckerman of CSNwashington...

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  14. Nationals Release Chris Snyder

    The Nationals have released catcher Chris Snyder, the club announced via Twitter. As Dan Kolko of MASNsports.com notes on Twitter, Snyder could have opted out of his contract on Wednesday...

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  15. Nationals Getting Interest in Chris Young; Trade Is Possible

    The Nationals have received interest from three or four teams about trading for towering right-hander Chris Young, according to a person familiar with the situation...

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  16. Jordan Closes out His Spring on a High Note (Nats Win 4-1)

    Like Tanner Roark yesterday, Taylor Jordan ended his spring on a positive note. And now the two right-handers will wait to see which one of them earns the final spot in the Nationals rotation...

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  17. Nationals Getting Interest in Chris Young, Trade Possible

    The Nationals have received interest from three or four teams about trading for towering right-hander Chris Young, according to a person familiar with the situation...

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  18. Nats Still Considering 3rd Lefty in Bullpen

    Even though they're already committed to carrying both Ross Detwiler and Jerry Blevins on their Opening Day roster, the Nationals still are thinking about carrying a third left-hander in their bullpen to begin the season...

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  19. Bryce Harper Wants His On-Base Percentage 'Through the Roof'

    Any concern about the fitness of Bryce Harper's left knee faded over the past month. In the middle of February, the surgically repaired knee was the most worrisome joint in Viera, Fla...

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  20. Tense Final Days for Players on the Rosterbubble

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Aaron Barrett is having the time of his life right now, pitching extremely well in his first-ever big-league camp and thrusting himself smack dab into the ...

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  21. Report: Ian Desmond Turned Down Extension Worth About $90M over Winter

    Jon Heyman of CBS Sports is reporting that Nationals shortstop Ian Desmond turned down a hefty multi-year contract extension over the winter...

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  22. Williams Not Ready to Name Starting Second Baseman

    With less than a week of spring training to go, Nationals manager Matt Williams still doesn't want to name his starting second baseman, saying he wants both Anthony Rendon and Danny Espinosa to continue competing down to the wire...

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  23. Stephen Strasburg 'on Track' After Another Strong Start

    Starting opening day is something Stephen Strasburg has done before, and for him the designation becomes forgotten before the calendar flips to May...

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  24. Strasburg (66 Pitches) Looks Sharp in 5 Innings

    Strasburg done after five scoreless, sharp innings of work. Allows three hits and a walk and Ks five. Just 66 pitches. Looking good...

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  25. Blake Treinen, Aaron Barrett Survive Latest Round of Nationals Cuts

    The Nationals separated wheat from chaff in their major league camp today, whittling their roster, other than two spare catchers, to only players who seemingly have a viable chance to make the opening day roster...

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