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12 hrs ago | Washington Nationals
The Nationals are in need of left-handed relievers and MLB.com has learned that the team has expressed interest in , who played for the Expos from 2000-04.
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16 hrs ago | WLBT-TV Jackson
The busy Detroit Tigers traded right-hander Doug Fister to the Washington Nationals for three players Monday night in a deal between teams with deep rotations.
20 hrs ago | Washington Times
Doug Fister should fit right in with the Washington Nationals. Not only is he a quality starting pitcher - coming off a 14-9 season with the Detroit Tigers - but he is dripping in clubhouse character.
Yesterday | Federal Baseball
Washington Nationals' GM Mike Rizzo has talked openly about wanting to add some left-handed help to the Nats' bullpen and as more and more left-handers have signed this winter, the options are dwindling.
Yesterday | BleacherReport
The Washington Nationals have a considerably solid team entering the 2014 season, leaving little room for moves to be made.
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Mark DeRosa played only one season for the Washington Nationals yet was among the most beloved teammates in recent team history.
The Washington Nationals took care of the opening in their starting staff by acquiring 6-foot-8 starter Doug Fister from the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday.
Washington Nationals starting catcher Wilson Ramos played in only 78 games last year due to two hamstring injuries that set him back a bit.
Entering the 2014 MLB season, the Washington Nationals have shored up their starting pitching rotation by acquiring Doug Fister via trade from the Detroit Tigers for infielder Steve Lombardozzi, relief pitcher Ian Krol and prospect Robbie Ray .
With all the Washington Nationals news out there for discussing we decided to get the band back together for a Hot Stove edition of Nats Nightly with FBB's Doghouse and myself and the District Sports Page's Dave Nichols all talking about the latest moves the team has made.
All 30 of Major League Baseball's general managers must have gotten together recently and reached that very conclusion.
Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo said Tuesday that he feels "comfortable" with the club's situation at second base, even after dealing away one of his options at the position, backup infielder on Monday.
Washington finally named their new manager. Plus, they altered their pitching staff by parting ways with a starter and a reliever.
In the fifth battle of stars in the annual "Mid-Summer Classic," the American League plated four runs in the first inning, exploded for five tallies in the sixth, and then staved off a late rally by the senior circuit to hold on to a 10-8 victory at Cleveland's Dunn Field.
The Nationals on Monday signed right-hander Manny Delcarmen to a Minor League deal with an invitation to Spring Training.