Things are starting to happen for the Washington Nationals this offseason. Washington finally named their new manager. Plus, they altered their pitching staff by parting ways with a starter and a reliever. Finally, two key contributors...Show More Summary
NEW YORK (AP) — On a night usually dominated by news of players let loose, the Washington Nationals and Oakland Athletics filled pitching needs with trades.
The Detroit Tigers made a big trade with an eye toward the future on Monday when they shipped right-hander Doug Fister to the Washington Nationals in exchange for three players. Infielder Steve Lombardozzi and lefty reliever Ian Krol...Show More Summary
In Stephen Strasburg, Gio Gonzalez and Jordan Zimmermann, the Washington Nationals already had the makings of a terrific starting rotation. They just needed the right piece to complete the ensemble. It is on this note that we turn to...Show More Summary
The Detroit Tigers have made another major move in their offseason overhaul, reportedly trading starter Doug Fister to the Washington Nationals on Monday. The deal was first reported by Chris Cotillo of MLBDailyDish.com via Twitter: Source:...Show More Summary
It is no secret the Washington Nationals expect to rebound after a disappointing 2013 to make a push for a World Series title in 2014. The question is, what can they do to improve upon their team from last season to make the necessary...Show More Summary
The 2013 Washington Nationals were predicted to win the World Series by Jayson Stark of ESPN. We all know how that turned out. However, what about the 2014 version? Can they win the first World Series in franchise history, and the first...Show More Summary
The Washington Nationals reportedly want D.C. taxpayers to fork over $300 million for a new roof on their stadium. According to WNEW, "team executives have approached several District officials, including those in the mayor’s office, to propose the addition to Nationals Park." D.C. taxpayers already "put up about $700 million to build the ball park which opened in 2008."
The Shah of Iran, Reza Pahlavi, and President Harry Truman leave Washington National Airport together as the Shah begins a monthlong state visit. November, 1949. Photograph: AP. Iranian Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh rides on theShow More Summary
I've always liked how Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman has carried himself as a professional baseball player - even though he has been overshadowed by the likes of Bryce Harper and Stephen Strasburg in recent years. Zimmerman has...Show More Summary
The MLB rumor mill is grinding away, and the Washington Nationals are in the thick of it, according to MLBTradeRumors.com. Nationals fans will want to consider the positives and negatives of each new rumor involving their favorite team. To...Show More Summary
The offseason signing have already started, with the Washington Nationals divisional foe drawing first blood. According to MLB.com, the Philadelphia Phillies signed 36-year-old Marlon Byrd to a two-year, $16 million deal in the hopes...Show More Summary
Here’s what US Airways and American gave up in order for the Department of Justice and states to withdraw their anti-trust suit against the proposed merger. They will give up 52 slot pairs at Washington National Airport (and gates and related facilities). Show More Summary
The U.S. Department of Justice reaches a deal with AMR and US Airways that would increase low-cost carrier presence at seven airports, including Ronald Reagan Washington National.
For Washington Nationals fans, the MLB offseason is the time to dream. Nats fans can dream about the season that could have been or the season that is yet to come. Or perhaps they can dream about the free agents who will help the team next season. Of course, some potential free-agent signings are just that: a dream. Show More Summary
The Washington Nationals will look to put pieces together this offseason in pursuit of a World Series title in 2014. The changes that need to happen in D.C. going in to next season will not happen overnight and may not even be resolved...Show More Summary
Stitch here is showing off his very own Lamborghini. He’s all, “It’s not an Aventador, it’s an Aventadorable.” “Stitch, the adorable French bulldog owned by Gio Gonzalez of the Washington Nationals. The latest Instagram picture is off the charts cute.” -Nat.’s FanFiled under: Uncategorized Tagged: Matchingks, Pups
The relationship between former Washington Nationals manager Davey Johnson and outfielder Bryce Harper was highly scrutinized by the media this past season. Harper was expected to play a major role in the team’s quest for a World Series title this year following Washington’s disappointing loss to the St. Show More Summary
Mired in a disappointing season that fell short of expectations, the Washington Nationals, alongside an innovative housing program, helped save one of their biggest local fans from the throes of addiction, homelessness, and depression. The post How The Washington Nationals Helped One Fan Save His Life appeared first on ThinkProgress.
The 2013 season didn't go the way that the Washington Nationals had hoped, but this offseason will give the team a chance to rebound and try to get back to the postseason next year. Washington made a late run at the playoffs but fell short. Although most of the roster appears to be set, the bullpen could use some help. Show More Summary