- Riveting Max-Soto show follows intense D drills
Nationals manager Dave Martinez wants to run Spring Training a little bit differently this year. Yes, he still wants his team to have fun and stay loose, as evidenced by a cabbage race earlier this week, but this year he wants to put an even heavier empha
- Nats join MLB in awaiting Harper's decision
With Manny Machado finally off the board after agreeing to a 10-year, $300 million contract with the Padres on Tuesday, according to sources, all eyes now turn to Bryce Harper, the market's other 26-year-old mega-star.
- Here are the Nationals' 2019 Top 30 Prospects
Victor Robles and Luis Garcia headline a group of 28 homegrown players on the Nationals' preseason Top 30 list.
- The Nationals' Spring Training battle to watch
The next five weeks will see lots of shuffling on Major League rosters. Here are the most intriguing positional battles on each of the 30 MLB clubs.
- Kendrick ready to go after shortened 2018
As Nationals position players reported to camp Monday, Howie Kendrick arrived feeling no need to qualify his status. He feels 100 percent healthy, has tested out the Achilles injury by sprinting and running the bases, and declared himself ready to go.
- Nats phenom Soto arrives for first MLB camp
Juan Soto said he had never actually been inside the Nationals' home clubhouse in West Palm Beach, not before he arrived Monday morning for his first big league camp. It was a brief reminder of just how meteoric Soto's rise to D.C. had been.
- Reasons for optimism for each MLB club
On this opening week of Spring Training, all 30 Major League teams have one thing in common: optimism. Here's an optimism cheat sheet for each of them.
- Zimmerman to ramp up spring outings in '19
Ryan Zimmerman has been receptive to more Grapefruit League action and estimated he needs about 50 at-bats to be ready for the season after taking just two last year. However, there is still a balance that the Nats will attempt to strike between aiming to
- Nationals hosted a Spring Training cabbage race
Nationals hosted a Spring Training cabbage race
- Gomes, Suzuki buying into shared catcher role
How exactly the Nationals plan to split playing time at catcher between Yan Gomes and Kurt Suzuki will be determined over the course of the season by manager Dave Martinez, but both players have arrived to camp fully buying into the idea of sharing the ro
- WATCH: Max joins Corbin's 1st bullpen session
Spring Training is underway. Players around the league are stepping back onto the baseball field as they get ready for the 2019 season. MLB.com's beat reporters have you covered with the action from every team's training camp. Keep track of the latest hig
- Strasburg enters pivotal season with options
Comfort was one of the biggest reasons Stephen Strasburg signed a seven-year, $175 million contract extension with the Nationals in May of 2016, opting to remain with the only organization he has ever known rather that test free agency.
- Barrett's bullpen session another step to D.C.
It's been more than three seasons since Aaron Barrett stepped on the mound for the Washington Nationals, robbed of so much of a once-promising career by a litany of injuries: Tommy John surgery in September 2015, another surgery later that year to remove
- Hellickson has 'upper hand' to be 5th starter
Since the end of last season, Jeremy Hellickson hoped he would have a chance to return to the Nationals. He finally felt comfortable with his teammates, developed a rapport with the coaching and training staff and enjoyed being a part of a team with posts
- Where did Max rank on Top 100 Right Now?
The 2019 MLB season feels so close now. Spring Training has begun. Players are taking the field. So it's time to rank the best of the best.
- Doolittle goes to Taco Bell on Valentine's Day
Doolittle goes to Taco Bell on Valentine's Day
- Prospects who should vie for a roster spot
The 30 prospects below all are getting very long looks this spring with an eye toward breaking camp with the parent club. Even if they start the year in the Minors, they all should get the chance to contribute at some point in the very near future.
- Corbin settling in, not feeling extra pressure
Patrick Corbin joins a Nationals team ready to win and a rotation, featuring Max Scherzer and Stephen Strasburg, that figures to be one of the best in baseball.
- Scherzer preparing to face 'stiffest' NL East
It is becoming something of an annual spring tradition here in West Palm Beach: The high-intensity first bullpen session of the spring for Max Scherzer.
- Notes: Strasburg, Eaton, Doolittle
Stephen Strasburg spent a lot more time in D.C. this winter. It's getting harder to make those cross-country flights back to San Diego with a family and growing children who are getting used to the Washington area, plus he enjoys working year-round with t
- Roster set or not, Nats ready to push forward
Pitchers and catchers and even a few early position players filed into the Nationals' clubhouse in West Palm Beach, Fla., throughout Wednesday morning, rain preventing them from doing much more than playing some light catch before the team's first workout
- Kieboom, Garcia headline Nats' list of NRIs
The Nationals announced their non-roster invitees to Major League Spring Training on Tuesday, a list of 19 players including some intriguing veterans and headlined by two promising young prospects.
- Robles among top 20 impact rookies for 2019
Here are the top players in each league who could get the opportunity to show what they can do at the highest level this year, perhaps even contending for Rookie of the Year honors
- 30 low-key acquisitions who could pay off big
Fans and analysts spend the entire offseason speculating where the top free agents could go, but sometimes an under-the-radar pickup can end up making a world of difference. As positional competitions begin to heat up at Spring Training camps this month,
- Harper unfollows Capitals on social media
Harper unfollows Capitals on social media
- Uniform patch to mark 150 years of pro baseball
All 30 Major League teams will wear special "MLB 150" patches on their uniforms for the entire 2019 season in honor of the 150th anniversary of the 1869 Cincinnati Red Stockings, the first openly all-salaried professional baseball team.
- Predicting the Nationals' Opening Day roster
There is not a lot of wiggle room on the Nationals roster as the team prepares to head to West Palm Beach, Fla., this week for the start of Spring Training, which makes forecasting the 25-man roster an easier task.
- Doolittle ranked No. 2 RP by MLB Network
MLB Network's countdown of baseball's best players at each position came to a conclusion with the final installment of the "Top 10 Right Now!" series, featuring the game's top relief pitchers and shortstops.
- After signing big deal, Corbin gives Nats a Big 3
It's been a while since the Nationals entered Spring Training with a roster featuring so many new faces. Washington added seven new players this winter, nearly one-third of the roster, as part of an aggressive overhaul to help the club return to the top o
- Nationals' Top 30 Prospects list
Who do the Nationals have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Washington's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
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