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As he warmed up in the bullpen for his second spring training start, Stephen Strasburg felt strong. Perhaps a little too strong.
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The Nationals committed five errors in a 16-15 win over the Braves, and manager Matt Williams plans to address those issues on Sunday.
Matt Williams and his Nationals will take the bus today from Viera to Port St. Lucie, eager to open Grapefruit League play against the Mets.
Grapefruit League games begin Friday, and though it's best to ignore spring results, there are some things to be sorted out at Nationals camp in Viera over the next month.
The Nationals have set salary terms for all 17 of their pre-arbitration players, including Danny Espinosa, who received a good-faith raise to $540,000.
Stephen Strasburg says he's "ready to rock." Even so, the Washington Nationals aren't rushing his spring debut.
Washington Nationals manager Matt Williams said Tuesday that Taylor Jordan will start the team's first spring training game.
Ryan Zimmerman learned a lot about himself and his team in a rough 2013.
The Nationals originally told the Detroit Tigers 'no' when they asked for prospect Robbie Ray in return for Doug Fister.
A play was diagrammed during a team meeting, which reminded the center fielder of football more than baseball. The player hoping to be the starting second baseman spent most of his time at shortstop. Jayson Werth kept using the word "intense."
The bullpen was a weakness for the Nationals in 2013. Will the Nationals be able to depend on their relievers in 2014?
New Nationals manager Matt Williams says Bryce Harper will be cleared to participate fully when position players report Tuesday.
The Nationals have signed pitcher Josh Roenicke, a reliever who just so happens to be Ian Desmond's brother-in-law.
The Nationals signed relief pitcher Josh Roenicke to a minor-league contract on Friday with an invitation to spring training camp.