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Topic - Mike Rizzo
Ryan Zimmerman and Denard Span hope they can return from injuries as soon as possible and were in good spirits Sunday morning.
If you saw the name Stephen Strasburg and the words “ligament damage” in a newspaper headline, critics of the national nightmare known as the “Strasburg shutdown” would be charging Nationals Park with pitchforks. They would be calling for general manager Mike Rizzo’s head.
Nationals GM Mike Rizzo explains Thursday's deal for Jose Lobaton, and what the club expects from their newest catcher along with Wilson Ramos in 2014.
The Nationals opened spring training on Thursday by trading right-handed pitching prospect Nathan Karns to the Tampa Bay Rays for reserve catcher Jose Lobaton.
On the day pitchers and catchers reported, the Nationals traded right-hander Nate Karns to Tampa Bay for No. 2 catcher Jose Lobaton.
The Nationals have placed reliever Erik Davis on the 60-day DL with a right elbow sprain.
On the surface, the numbers don't look promising. The Nationals traded for reserve catcher Jose Lobaton on Thursday and the stat that immediately jumps out is his caught stealing percentage.
Just days before pitchers and catchers are set to report, Rizzo issued a 'State of the Nationals' address to fans via the team's website.
Jerry Blevins has a lot expected of him entering the 2014 season, but the seven-year veteran is already preparing for it.
Mike Rizzo stopped by at this past weekend's Nats Fest to talk with Mark about the team's offseason and what he expects from Matt Williams' first spring training.
After a forgettable 2013 season, Danny Espinosa enters 2014 not only looking to make the Nats' roster, but secure a starting job as well.
Livan Hernandez, now retired, is likely to come work for the Nationals as a special instructor at spring training.
Grammy winning artist Billy Joel will play at Nationals Park on July 26, the team announced on Thursday in a press conference that featured Mike Rizzo.
Mike Rizzo was asked Tuesday morning about his interest in Grant Balfour, and the Nationals GM didn't shoot down the rumor.
The Syracuse side of their four-year extension with the Nationals is much more complicated than people in Washington may think.
"Great games, and they've come out on the winning side of it more than we'd like," general manager Mike Rizzo said prior to Sunday's game. "But we feel confident against this team. We feel we're better than this team. We respect them and we respect their organization. But we don't fear them. We think we're the better team, and at the end of the day we're going to come out on top."