With the Winter Meetings over, Nationals are still listening and talking

The Nationals also took no one and lost no one at the Rule 5 draft on Thursday, the final day of the meetings in San Diego.

Nationals’ second base search, interest in Tyler Clippard and other notes

The Astros have asked about Clippard; the Angels and Rangers were interested in Ross Detwiler; and other notes.

Nationals interested in Rougned Odor, Rangers asked about starters

The Rangers told the Nationals they wouldn't trade the young second baseman.

Could the Nationals make a play for a free agent starter such as Max Scherzer?

The Nationals don't have a need for a starter -- but two of them, Doug Fister and Jordan Zimmermann, are a year away from free agency.

Welcome to the offseason

Now that the World Series is over, free agency has begun. The Nationals have much to answer this offseason.

Leftovers from the Nationals’ winter meetings

Some notes and thoughts on Lucas Giolito, Matt Williams's spring training and Adrian Nieto.

The Nationals at the non-tender deadline

The Nationals have eight arbitration-eligible players, and they will likely tender all of them contracts.

Welcome to the offseason

With the Red Sox' World Series victory, the Nationals can spring back into action and the business of the offseason.

The Nationals’ roster isn’t complete, but it’s in good shape

A week before Christmas, you do not have to squint very hard to see the makeup of the Nationals' roster.

What the Nationals’ search for a starter tells us about them

The way this winter has unfolded, especially two moves over the weekend, reveal that the Nationals believe in what they are doing and that success has not changed their prerogative.

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