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In 2013, the Washington Nationals struggled to find a good lefty reliever in their bullpen.
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This past week, Mike Rizzo and the Washington Nationals were very active in their offseason plans.
MLB Team Report - Washington Nationals - INSIDE PITCH Bolstering an already strong starting staff, the Washington Nationals acquired right-hander Doug Fister from the Detroit Tigers on Dec. 2. The Nationals sent infielder Steve Lombardozzi, left-handed pitcher Ian Krol and minor league lefty Robbie Ray to the Tigers.
The Washington Nationals are in the market for a left-handed reliever or two with Scott Downs, Eric O'Flaherty, J.P. Howell and others mentioned as targets, but there isn't much chatter about where the Nats will look for bench help, the other stated need as they head to the Winter Meetings.
The former Baltimore Orioles outfielder has agreed to a two-year contract with the Washington Nationals, the Baltimore Sun reported on Friday.
The Orioles lost out on their second free-agent player in a span of hours Friday afternoon when outfielder Nate McLouth agreed to terms on a two-year deal with the Washington Nationals pending a physical, according to an industry source.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.