Victor Robles is going to play every day to start the 2018 season. The Nationals have stayed firm on that about their top prospect and one of the most electric talents in all of baseball. The question is where Robles — the No. 3 overall prospect in baseball as rated by MLB Pipeline — will […]
The Nationals and Howie Kendrick have agreed to a two-year contract, a source confirmed to MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand. MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal was first to report the deal.
The Nationals agreed to one-year contracts with Anthony Rendon, Tanner Roark and Michael A. Taylor on Friday, thus avoiding arbitration.
The Nationals have locked up a key member of their starting rotation for at least another season. Right-hander Tanner Roark and the club have agreed to terms on a $6.475 million contract for 2018, thus avoiding arbitration, according to USA Today’s Bob Nightengale. The club has not confirmed the deal.
Welcome to 2018, a year that could be franchise changing for the Nationals. The team released its Spring Training report dates last week, so the countdown toward West Palm Beach has officially begun.
It had seemingly become an offseason tradition, with the Nationals searching for a closer or trying to shore up a bullpen that had more question marks than answers. But now, Washington has its most stable bullpen situation at this point in years.
It has been a little more than eight months since Nationals outfielder Adam Eaton tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. There are a little more than 11 weeks before Opening Day.
The backbone of the Nationals’ transformation into one of the most successful teams in the Majors during the past few seasons has been the team’s starting staff, always a strength they can rely on. It should be no different in 2018, with the Nats poised to bring back one of MLB’s best groups of starting […]
The Washington Nationals released their promotional schedule for the upcoming season, introducing a number of intriguing bobblehead giveaways, theme nights and special-ticket events sure to have fans excited for baseball in the nation’s capital in 2018.
The Nationals boasted the most prolific offense in franchise history last season and one of the most potent offensive lineups across all of baseball. They are fortunate to keep that lineup largely intact from a year ago, and while Jayson Werth is not slated to be in it, Adam Eaton taking over as the starting […]
It is not surprising for the Nationals to be among the teams who have reportedly checked in on Marlins catcher J.T. Realmuto, as MLB.com’s Joe Frisaro reported.