MLB.com Updated Nov 24 (yesterday)
It's hard to believe the Nationals have played 10 seasons. From Livan Hernandez to Ryan Zimmerman, the club has given its fans a lot to cheer about. Here are the Nationals' players of the decade by position, according to MLB.com.Upvote Share Tweet
Nats could have options with Zimmermann, FisterMLB.com Nov 21 (4 days ago)According to USA Today, the Nationals have told opposing teams they would listen to possible deals involving right-handers Jordan Zimmermann and Doug Fister. Fister and Zimmermann are free agents after the 2015 season and general manager Mike Rizzo woul…Upvote Share Tweet
Jordan Zimmermann gives Steven Souza gift card after no-hitter-saving catchyahoo.com Nov 19 (6 days ago)Your browser does not support iframes. Washington Nationals right-hander Jordan Zimmermann made history on the final day of the regular season, pitching the first no-hitter in Expos/Nationals history since Dennis Martinez hurled a perfect game on July 2…Upvote Share Tweet
Fans recreate Jayson Werth gnome with seafood cansyahoo.com Nov 19 (7 days ago)Ten fans of the Washington Nationals showed off their display building techniques while also helping out a great cause over the weekend. According to Dan Steinberg of the Washington Post, the fans were participating in Canstruction, a competition where …Upvote Share Tweet
Beasley leaving Nats, joining Rangers as third-base coachTony Beasley, the Nationals' Minor League coordinator, is leaving the organization to become the third-base coach of the Rangers.Upvote Share Tweet
Nationals part ways with catcher SolanoThe Nationals made more room on their 40-man roster on Tuesday by releasing catcher Jhonatan Solano.Upvote Share Tweet
Cole aiming to earn spot in Nationals' rotationThe Nationals have 38 players on their 40-man roster. They could add one more player before the Winter Meetings next month. Right-hander A.J. Cole is a candidate to be placed on the roster.Upvote Share Tweet
Nationals’ Jerry Blevins accepts dare, eats pickled fish gutswashingtonpost.com Nov 18Nationals reliever Jerry Blevins is in Japan, where his team of MLB all-stars recently completed a five-game showcase series against Japanese teams. During the tour, which concludes with an exhibition game on Thursday, Blevins and his teammates have ent…Upvote Share TweetThe Nationals agreed to terms with infielder Kevin Frandsen on a one-year deal worth $1 million plus incentives, thus avoiding arbitration.Upvote Share Tweet
Desmond turned down 7-year deal before 2014MLB.com Nov 13Shortstop Ian Desmond turned down a seven-year, $107 million contract from the Nationals prior to Spring Training earlier this year, a baseball source has confirmed. The Washington Post was first to report the offer. Desmond and the Nationals then agree…Upvote Share Tweet
Watch the trailer for Epix’s “Road to the NHL Winter Classic”Epix released the official trailer for “Road to the NHL Winter Classic,” the cable network’s all-access show leading up the Chicago Blackhawks-Washington Capitals outdoor game on New Year’s Day at Nationals Park. The first of four episodes premieres on …Upvote Share Tweet
P-Nats 2015 promotional schedule features Buff-A-rine and Michael Taylor flattop bobbleheadThe Potomac Nationals released some of the details of their 2015 promotional schedule on Thursday and they are spectacular, particularly the lineup of bobbleheads and figurines. Wilson Ramos Buff-A-rine The half-man, half-buffalo figurine is a nod to Wi…Upvote Share Tweet
Jerry Blevins did not bring his amazing cat sweater to JapanIt’s been an exciting few weeks for Jerry Blevins and his 22,000 Twitter followers. First, the Nationals reliever was named to Sports Illustrated’s Twitter 100. Then he shared an amazing photo of a cat sweater, with Peruvian buttons, purchased at the Ma…Upvote Share TweetMLB.com Nov 12Cubs officials denied a report they were in contact with the Nationals regarding a potential trade for right-hander Jordan Zimmermann.Upvote Share Tweet
Nats could keep Espinosa on right side of plateMLB.com Nov 11The Nationals are seriously considering making second baseman Danny Espinosa exclusively a right-handed hitter, MLB.com has learned.Upvote Share TweetThey didn't get the ultimate prize, the World Series trophy, but Matt Williams of the Washington Nationals and Buck Showalter of the Baltimore Orioles were honored for their 2014 efforts Tuesday with Manager of the Year awards. In the National League, W…Upvote Share TweetWashington Nationals manager Matt Williams is the winner of the National League Manager of the Year Award.Upvote Share TweetMLB.com Nov 11San Francisco's Bruce Bochy finished third in voting for the National League Manager of the Year Award, won by rookie skipper Matt Williams of the Washington Nationals, it was announced Tuesday evening.Upvote Share Tweet
Reds add Riggleman to coach third baseMLB.com Nov 10The Reds named Jim Riggleman their third-base coach on Monday. He has been a manager, coach or instructor at the professional level since 1981, including all or parts of 12 seasons as a manager of the Nationals (2009-11), Mariners (2008), Cubs (1995-99)…Upvote Share Tweet
LaRoche, White Sox Agree To Two YearsNov 21ESPNChicago.com's Doug Padilla discusses Adam LaRoche and the White Sox agreeing to a two-year, $25 million deal and what the left-handed hitter will do for Chicago.
Giants Eliminate NationalsOct 7SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: The Giants defeated the Nationals 3-2 to set up a matchup in the National League Championship Series with the Cardinals.
Posey On Giants Game 4 WinOct 7Buster Posey discusses the Giants' 3-2 win over the Nationals.
Giants Eliminate NationalsOct 7The Giants defeated the Nationals 3-2 to set up a matchup in the National League Championship Series with the Cardinals.
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The Week 12 MailbagNov 25In the wake of the Ravens’ 34-27 win at New Orleans on Monday night, here are my five fascinating factoids heading into Week 13: 1. No division this late in the season has had every team at least two games over .500—until now, when the AFC North has all…