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Bryce Harper looks back at his season and looks forward to starting an offseason that will not require surgery.
The Nationals' run toward contention wasn't enough, but it wasn't worthless, either.
What could have been if the Nationals had done some things differently this season?
Faced with the unexpected predicament of playing games with no bearing on the standings, the Nationals find something else to play for.
The veteran starter and impending free agent believes the Nationals' future is bright.
The next wave of Nationals' young pitching depth is getting closer to the big leagues.
Their magic number for playoff elimination sits at five, while they are five games behind the Reds for the second wild-card spot in the loss column with 10 games left to play.
Manager Davey Johnson has been impressed with the left-handed pitcher, and the team wants to evaluate all lefty relievers in the final weeks.