The former Nationals reliever and fan favorite says, among other things, he will miss the fans, teammates and pitching coach Steve McCatty.
The Nationals avoided arbitration with the biggest name on their arbitration-eligible list Friday, settling with Stephen Strasburg on a one-year deal worth $7.4 million for 2015.
The Nationals have four remaining arbitration-eligible players: Stephen Strasburg, Drew Storen, Jerry Blevins, and Doug Fister.
Rizzo explained the logic behind trading one of the game's best relievers for an upgrade at second base.
Exploring the implications of the deal on the Nationals, their bullpen, Ian Desmond and the team's future.
Nationals fill second base hole by sending steady set-up man Clippard to Oakland.
The former Nationals reliever was a key part of the 2012 bullpen and will have a chance to compete for a spot in Los Angeles' bullpen.
The hearing to decide whether to throw out the MLB panel's TV rights award is slated for March 2.
Washington bolstered its catching depth by sending left-handed starter Rosenbaum to Boston for high-character backstop Butler.
Nine players, including Doug Fister, Stephen Strasburg and Wilson Ramos, filed for arbitration Tuesday.