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Michael Morse faces the Nationals for the first time since they traded him.

The former National outfielder talks about his time so far in Baltimore and his connection to former teammates.

The Orioles acquired Washington favorite Michael Morse from the Mariners in a deadline deal.

The former Nationals slugger could end up playing down the Beltway.

The benefit of hindsight shows the Nationals could have used Michael Morse this year.

The Nationals welcomed back a $2 million arm when they received Cole as the key part of their return in the Morse deal.

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Should the development of their younger players continue and with the return of Wilson Ramos, the blow of the loss could be softened.

The Nationals shipped away their popular slugger for two pitching prospects, and a player to be named later, to restock their farm system.

The Nationals traded away an popular slugger but got two young arms in return. What does it all mean? Are the Nationals done for the winter?

Michael Morse was "overjoyed" to rejoin the Mariners and profusely thanked the Lerner family on his way out of Washington.

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