The Nationals don't have to fill many roster holes this winter. They need a second baseman. They might need another bench player. And they might need another reliever.
I read somewhere yesterday that 50 percent of the continental United States was covered by snow, the earliest date that has been the case in more than a decade.
At 12:01 a.m. Tuesday morning, MLB teams can begin making offers to free agents. In other words, the Hot Stove season is officially upon us.
The Nationals made a significant addition to their front office on Monday in hiring veteran MLB executive Bob Miller as Vice President and Assistant General Manager.
The Nationals announced a group of front office changes on Friday afternoon, including the expansion of their baseball research and development department.