The no-hit wonder starred,well, featured in a television commercial this offseason. But he spent plenty of time searching for ways to improve in 2016.
As the Nationals look for outfield help, the team's current center fielder is looking for another year of growth.
The most impressive, memorable, and fun moments of the Nationals experience in 2015.
A collection of random notes from the Nationals' offseason so far.
The Nationals have left-handed options off the bench now, and plenty of options in the infield, too.
Another former Mike Rizzo draft pick heads to D.C., bringing a left-handed swing and infield depth with him.
Some of the bullpen's most familiar personalities have departed, but a new one sauntered in when Kelley signed his three-year deal.
The Nationals nab a left-handed-hitting infielder but they still have some more left to do this offseason.
The Nationals newest young reliever's D.C. tenure got off to a rocky start, though the Nats hope they'll be relying on him for strong finishes for years to come.
The agreement for the left-handed-hitting infielder is pending a physical.