We count down the top story lines surrounding the Nationals as they head to spring training.
New baseball commissioner stops in Washington as part of his introductory tour.
Final arguments in the legal battle have been pushed back again -- this time to May 18.
The hearing to decide whether to throw out the MLB panel's TV rights award is slated for March 2.
MASN's Nationals broadcast team returns intact for the 2015 season.
The Orioles score a small legal victory in a decision that likely further delays any resolution.
A New York Supreme Court judge will grant or deny MASN's discovery request on Dec. 15.
A pivotal hearing in the legal saga between the Nationals and MASN was pushed from December to March, ensuring the team will not receive a potential windfall until after this offseason.
MLB and the Nationals filed petitions late Monday night in support of the MLB panel's June TV rights ruling.
In the disputed ruling made by MLB in June, the Nationals were awarded $53 million in rights fees for 2012.