1. Tyler Clippard, Nationals Avoid Arbitration

    The Nationals avoided arbitration with top set-up reliever Tyler Clippard by agreeing to a one-year contract, ensuring they will not require a contentious hearing with any of their 10 players eligible for arbitration...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 2 months ago 61 reads 0 comments

  2. Heyman: Clippard, Nats Settle at $5.875M

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  3. Washington Nationals 2014 Spring Training Preview

    One year after sky-high expectations filtered through Viera , Fla., the Washington Nationals will arrive back this month better suited to achieve greatness and capture a championship...

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  4. VIDEO: Do Nats Have MLB's Best Rotation?

    Last night's Geico SportsNet Central featured another segment with Mark looking ahead to Nationals ' spring training. In this clip he takes a look at whether the Nats have the best rotation in baseball...

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  5. Report: Nats Sign RHP Ayala to MiLB Deal

    The Nationals and Luis Ayala have agreed to a minor league contract, Andrew Rickli of SportsReelBoston reports (on Twitter). Jon Heyman of CBS Sports first tweeted that the two sides were nearing a deal...

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  6. Report: Nats Sign RHP Ayala to MiLB Deal

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  7. Nationals Remain Interested in Free Agent Lefty Oliver Perez

    Washington Nationals ' GM Mike Rizzo said he was still open to adding to the roster if the right match came up this winter. Washington Post writer James Wagner wrote today that the Nats "remain highly interested" in free agent left-hander Oliver Perez...

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  8. Nats' Philosophy Regarding TJ Surgery Recovery Appears to Be Successful

    Stephen Strasburg. Jordan Zimmermann. Sammy Solis. Lucas Giolito. Taylor Jordan. The list goes on and on of Nationals pitchers that have undergone Tommy John surgery and returned...

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  9. Nats-Cubs Schedule Rare Doubleheader

    The Nationals' June 29 series finale against the Cubs at Wrigley Field has been bumped up to avoid a conflict with the nearby Chicago Pride Parade, creating a rare, scheduled doubleheader between the two clubs on June 28 and an even-rarer Sunday off...

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  10. Nationals Sign Catcher Koyie Hill to MiLB Deal

    The Nationals announced that they have agreed to terms on a minor league contract with veteran catcher Koyie Hill (Twitter link). The Turner Gary Sports client also received an invitation to Major League Spring Training...

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  11. A Look at the Nationals' Payroll and Their Options

    Do the Nationals have one more move left before offseason cedes to spring training? Their recent actions suggest they might...

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  12. Desmond Invites DeAngelo Hall to Take Batting Practice

    While the Redskins appear intent on bringing DeAngelo Hall back with a contract extension, the cornerback has received another invitation of sorts.....

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  13. Do Nats Have the Best Rotation in Baseball?

    The Washington Nationals figure to have one of the best rotations in baseball this season with Doug Fister joining an already talented mix. It was a strength before, and Fister should make them even better...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 2 months ago 45 reads 0 comments

  14. Matt Williams on the New Instant Replay System

    This season all teams will be contending with a historic and newfangled instant replay review system. Managers will be allowed to challenge, at their discretion, a wide swath of plays, from tags to hit-by-pitches to fan interference...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 2 months ago 36 reads 0 comments

  15. Williams on What Espinosa Must Do in Spring to Reach His Potential

    Last night featured a lopsided, less-than-thrilling game, a mediocre batch of commercials and an overall boring night on Super Bowl Sunday. Bring on baseball season...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 2 months ago 31 reads 0 comments

  16. 10 Critical Moments That Transformed Washington Nationals Baseball

    With nearly a decade gone since the Montreal Expos relocated and granted D.C. and its metropolitan area residents the gift of a professional baseball team for the third time in Major ...

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  17. Doug Fister's Deal with Nationals Worth $7.2M Plus Incentives

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  18. Nats, Doug Fister Avoid Arbitration

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  19. Werth Still Wonders 'What If' About Nats in 2013

    Before the Nationals were eliminated from playoff contention on Sept. 23 of last season, they nearly completed an incredible comeback to secure a wild card spot. From Aug. 9 to Sept...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 3 months ago 82 reads 0 comments

  20. Bryce Harper's Path to Breakout MVP-Caliber Season in 2014

    Allow me to tell you about one thing I'm not sure of and two things I am sure of. The thing I'm not sure of: whether Bryce Harper will be my pick for the 2014 National League MVP...

    Zachary D. Rymer Written by Zachary D. Rymer about 3 months ago 9,826 reads 61 comments

  21. Werth: If Nats Had Made '13 Playoffs, 'It Was Ours to Lose'

    The way the Nationals finished a disappointing 2013 season — a 38-29 record in the second half, one of the best in baseball, and an 18-win September — has reinforced Jayson Werth's confidence in his team...

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  22. Fister: Nats' Rotation May Be Best in Baseball

    Doug Fister thinks the tide has turned when it comes to who has the best rotation in baseball, and he might just have a little to do with it.....

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  23. Three Nationals' Prospects on Keith Law's Top 100 Prospects List

    Washington Nationals' prospect Lucas Giolito, 19, was the highest-ranked Nats' prospect on ESPN.com's Keith Law's list of the Top 100 Prospects in baseball when it was released this morning...

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  24. VIDEO: Gio Gonzalez Excited About Nats' New-Look Rotation

    Gio Gonzalez has enjoyed an offseason free of drama and distractions, much different than last year. Instead of dealing with rumors surrounding Biogenesis and participating in the World ...

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  25. Washington Nationals: 25 Most Important Players for 2014

    Coming off their second-best season in franchise history, the Washington Nationals are poised for another successful season...

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