The biggest piece -- literally -- that the Nats got from the Tampa Bay Rays in return for pitching prospect Nate Karns is Jose Lobaton, the 6-foot, 210 lb catcher expected to compete for the backu
Stephen Strasburg has learned a thing or two over the past several years when it comes to attention from media and fans.
In his first spring training with the Nationals, Doug Fister is adjusting to new teammates and new surroundings.
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New Nationals manager Matt Williams said his spring training would be a little different, that they would try some new things. He wasn't kidding.
For Major League Baseball players, offseasons generally mean time for relaxation.