The Nationals general manager spoke about his approach to the trade deadline, approaching at the end of the month.
"We’re satisfied with what we have. We like the team we have. We like the back-ups players that we have. We like the depth that we have."
Rizzo spoke about Jayson Werth, remaining questions about his roster, and whether this season is World Series or bust in Washington.
Rizzo explained the logic behind trading one of the game's best relievers for an upgrade at second base.
The Nats' general manager grew up in Chicago and can't shake his hockey roots.
Turner has been identified as the player to be named later in the Nationals' trade with the Rays and Padres, but he isn't eligible to report to Washington until June.
A handful of executives explain what may happen to the player to be named later (in other words, Trea Turner) over the next six months.
The trade touches on many aspects of the Nationals: their ability to contend in 2015, planning for the future, scouting and player development strengths.
A person familiar with the situation said that Rizzo and the Nationals have not been contacted by the Blue Jays.
Saturday at NatsFest, Nationals General Manager Mike Rizzo explained Washington's quiet Winter Meetings, the trade of Ross Detwiler, and his plan for the rest of the offseason.