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Topic - Jon Heyman
Could the Nationals sign A.J. Burnett? A new report draws the connection.
Still apparently looking to upgrade their bench, the Nationals are once again interested in free agent infielder Jeff Baker.
Bobby Abreu will be 40 on Opening Day but his former team, the Philadelphia Phillies, will give him a shot in spring training.
Mark Reynolds didn't sign with the Nationals, but their interest alone could signify an intention to find a similar player.
Former Orioles infielder, University of Virginia star and Ryan Zimmerman's college teammate Mark Reynolds has been linked to the Nats, along with four other teams.
The senior at Algonquin Regional High School in Northborough, Mass., who has broken a string of national stories as Major League Baseball's offseason bazaar hums along. He doesn't make a dime for the pieces he writes for SB Nation's MLB Daily Dish, but views the non-stop demands of covering baseball's offseason as an investment in a career that has started earlier than he believed possible.
Jon Heyman of CBSsports.com says, in fact, he wouldn't be surprised if the Nationals signed starter A.J. Burnett.