It’s been something of an odd, nomadic existence so far for Doug Fister. He was traded to the Nationals five months ago, but all of his time to date had been spent away from his new home.
What’s a good leadoff man worth? How much difference does it make if the guy atop a team’s lineup is productive or not?
The Nationals' lineup — in its current, injury-plagued form — is not particularly effective against right-handed pitching.
Former Nationals relief pitcher Bill Bray has officially retired from the game of baseball after six MLB seasons.