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Washington Nationals spending what it takes to make sure National League-era of D.C. baseball is a winning one
In its first two baseball incarnations, as “Old Fox” Clark Griffith’s “on the shoestring” Senators from the ’20s to the ’50s, and then as their incompetently-run expansion successors from 1961-71, Washington was said to be “first in war, f…
Bill Ladson, MLB.com
Manager Davey Johnson was in Africa when he received a text message from general manager Mike Rizzo earlier this week that the Nationals had signed closer Rafael Soriano to a two-year, $28 million contract.