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Only at The Washington Times: Mark Zuckerman and Ben Goessling blog on the Washington Nationals.
The National League Most Valuable Player results were just released, with the Cardinals' Albert Pujols winning his third MVP award and becoming the first unanimous MVP since Barry Bonds in 2002. I had one of the 32 votes (two from each National League market). Here's how I voted.
Before you start cooking that turkey on Thursday morning, let's talk a little Nats on Wednesday afternoon. We'll be hosting a live Nats chat at 2 p.m. on Wednesday.
Stephen Strasburg has a patellar subluxation in his left knee, and will be fine for spring training with rest and physical therapy.
The Nationals named their coaching staff for 2010 today, bringing back three members of the 2009 staff and adding a trio of connections from manager Jim Riggleman's past jobs in baseball.
Stephen Strasburg will miss Saturday's Arizona Fall League championship game because of a twisted left knee, and will get a precautionary exam on Friday in Los Angeles, though the Nationals say the injury is not serious.
The Nats' top prospect doesn't just try to overpower hitters. He actually understands how to pitch.
The Nationals have named Davey Johnson, veteran of four major-league managerial jobs and a stint with the 2008 U.S. Olympic team, senior advisor to the general manager.
Riggleman's former manager in Seattle now will serve under him in Washington.
Plenty of tidbits on both major and minor leaguers to share
Two more hires gives GM Mike Rizzo eight new assistants since the end of the season.
Right-hander comes back from neck strain, strikes out six in 3 2/3 innings in Arizona
Nats star is now officially both the NL's best offensive and defensive third baseman.
Jim Riggleman, Mike Rizzo and others spoke today at Nationals Park.
The Nats have made Jim Riggleman their permanent manager.
Nats third baseman says his first Gold Glove award is a "huge honor."
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