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    Throwback Thursday: The day the Nationals signed Max Scherzer
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    Throwback Thursday: The day the Nationals signed Max Scherzer
    Three years ago Thursday, as the Seattle Seahawks edged the Green Bay Packers in the NFC championship game and Tom Brady and the New England Patriots blew out the Indianapolis Colts for the AFC title, word began to trickle out from the baseball world. One of those so-called “mystery teams” — poorly named given they […]

    On payroll, plans and the rest of the Nationals’ offseason
    Posted on Tuesday January 16, 2018

    On payroll, plans and the rest of the Nationals’ offseason
    With their signing of Howie Kendrick to a two-year deal Monday, the Washington Nationals solidified their bench. With their starting eight set, the back end of their bullpen stable and a rebuilt veteran bench, they look nearly Opening Day-ready, a month before spring training. This time last year, the Nationals were still hunting for relief […]

    Nationals re-sign Howie Kendrick to two-year deal, checking another box on their list
    Posted on Monday January 15, 2018

    Nationals re-sign Howie Kendrick to two-year deal, checking another box on their list
    The Washington Nationals continued the systematic reconstruction of their bench Monday, re-signing do-it-all man Howie Kendrick to a two-year deal worth $7 million, according to a person familiar with the situation. Kendrick joined the Nationals on a deadline deal last July and slid comfortably into their veteran clubhouse while hitting .293 with an .837 OPS […]

    Nationals avoid arbitration with Anthony Rendon, Tanner Roark and Michael A. Taylor
    Posted on Friday January 12, 2018

    Anthony Rendon
    The Washington Nationals reached deals with all three of their arbitration-eligible players, pushing beyond Friday’s 1 p.m. deadline to exchange salary figures before coming to agreements with Anthony Rendon, Tanner Roark and Michael A. Taylor. Rendon, coming off an MVP-caliber season, agreed to a $12.3 million deal in the hours after that deadline, which was not […]

    Nationals re-sign right-hander Edwin Jackson to minor league deal
    Posted on Thursday January 11, 2018

    Nationals re-sign right-hander Edwin Jackson to minor league deal
    The Washington Nationals have re-signed right-hander Edwin Jackson to a minor league contract, according to his representatives. Jackson will make $1.5 million in 2018 if he makes the major league roster and can earn up to an additional $1.4 million in incentives at the MLB level. The pact could provide some rare professional stability for Jackson, who […]

    Longtime Nationals third base coach Bob Henley keeps old duties, adds new ones
    Posted on Wednesday January 10, 2018

    Longtime Nationals third base coach Bob Henley keeps old duties, adds new ones
    Bob Henley is the Washington Nationals’ bastion of big league coaching stability, the one coach who has been able to withstand the steady beatings that come with heartbreaking playoff losses and two manager changes in three years. The longtime third base coach is an emotional man, who spoke passionately and in guilt-riddled rambles after sending […]

    Will Nationals still sit near the top of MLB in stolen bases under new managerial regime?
    Posted on Monday January 08, 2018

    Will Nationals still sit near the top of MLB in stolen bases under new managerial regime?
    Davey Lopes single-handedly changed the Washington Nationals’ run game with the word “go,” a statement the first base coach would make aloud to sometimes-suspecting base runners in stunning, simple seriousness. The general assumption was that Lopes was so good at reading pitchers’ moves, it didn’t matter if the other team heard him say it. And […]

    Will the Nationals make their near-annual run at a big-name Scott Boras client?
    Posted on Friday January 05, 2018

    Will the Nationals make their near-annual run at a big-name Scott Boras client?
    Nationals pitchers and catchers report to West Palm Beach in fewer than 40 days, meaning a plodding MLB offseason will soon be thrust into a late-winter frenzy as teams run out of time to fill their rosters. The Nationals have made a few necessary moves, like re-signing Brandon Kintzler and landing Matt Adams, but they […]

    Shivering? Here’s a ray of sunshine: Nationals’ spring training report dates.
    Posted on Thursday January 04, 2018

    Shivering? Here’s a ray of sunshine: Nationals’ spring training report dates.
    As Washington braved another unrelenting cold spell Thursday, the Nationals dropped a glimmer of hope, of sun and warmth on the horizon in announcing their spring training report dates. Pitchers and catchers will report to the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches in West Palm Beach, Fla. on Feb. 14 for the club’s second spring training […]

    Nationals’ new pitching coach Derek Lilliquist: ‘This is probably the best place to be’
    Posted on Wednesday January 03, 2018

    Nationals’ new pitching coach Derek Lilliquist: ‘This is probably the best place to be’
    The end of the 2017 baseball season brought about an unusual game of musical chairs among pitching coaches. No fewer than six clubs were in search of a fresh set of eyes to oversee their pitching staffs at the same time. And after it was all said and done, Derek Lilliquist, the Washington Nationals’ hire, […]

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