Michael A. Taylor climbed from Class AA to the majors in 2014, and with Steven Souza Jr. gone, may be the young outfielder most likely to return in 2015.
Well on his way to recovery from August shoulder surgery, Nationals outfielder Nate McLouth says he'll be healthy and ready to compete for a spot by Spring Training.
it's time for the two outfielders to switch spots next season, according to General Manager Mike Rizzo.
In the fourth installment of our five-part series, we take stock of the Nationals' outfield.
In Part 3 of 5, we take stock of the Nationals' infield.
Anthony Rendon has a full third of the National's hits in the first two games of the NLDS.
Ryan Zimmerman felt fortunate to return to the Nationals, even if he's uncertain of what role he will play in the playoffs.
Michael A. Taylor asked Hank Aaron for his secret after a chance encounter Monday afternoon.
While Adam LaRoche is feeling better, he'll likely miss Wednesday's game, too, as he recovers from stiffness in his back.
Nate Schierholtz will be counted on in September, and he offered an encouraging sign Sunday.