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4 min ago | Teddy Never Wins
Today is day three of looking at the Washington Nationals season from a different perspective.
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1 hr ago | Federal Baseball
Reports out of the Winter Meetings today say the Atlanta Braves and free agent lefty Eric O'Flaherty are in discussions to bring the reliever back to Turner Field in 2014, which, if it happened, would take one more name off the market as the Washington Nationals look for left-handed help.
5 hrs ago | U.S. Department of Defense
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Army Gen. Martin E. Dempsey and his USO holiday tour arrived here yesterday to visit with and entertain U.S. service members, civilians and contractors.
11 hrs ago | Federal Baseball
Day one of the 2013 MLB Winter Meetings at Walt Disney World's Swan and Dolphin Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, was rumor-filled for the Washington Nationals, who came up in several discussions on Monday.
Washington Nationals' GM Mike Rizzo is a Danny Espinosa fan, but there are rumors out there that he'd consider a deal for the infielder.
As I wrote this morning pitchers have a stat that can be calculated on how many balls put in play against them fall for hits.
Ryan Zimmerman, left, signed a six-year contract extension worth $100 million in February 2012.
This may have been discussed already, but given that Cano is now no longer an option, why not Infante? He is still productive and seems to have a decent glove.
O'Flaherty missed most of the 2013 season because of Tommy John surgery, but that won't stop the Nats, who are known to sign players coming off of injuries, from pursuing him.
On a night usually dominated by news of players let loose, the Washington Nationals and Oakland Athletics filled pitching needs with trades.
The temptation for change must have existed for Mike Rizzo. After the Washington Nationals sputtered through last season, grand expectations always well out of reach, the thought of an overhaul surely crossed the mind of the team's president of baseball operations.
In 2013, the Washington Nationals struggled to find a good lefty reliever in their bullpen.
Today, I am going to start a little series here at DoD on some of the most beneficial statistics to look at when watching a game or just wanting to evaluate a player with your friends.
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.