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Principal owner Mark Lerner provides his take on the current state of the Nationals and Astros new spring training facility.

Dusty Baker's role in determining when players rest will be crucial.

Should a starter go down, the Nationals will need to pluck from a less established pool of fill-ins than they did last season, when Tanner Roark was ready to slide in.

A blogger’s farewell to Post Sports, and a look back at his favorite stories

Sports fans, by and large, are completely insane. I, too, am one of those people.

Tell a sad story in four words: D.C. Sports-style

We could have spent all day on this.

Citing MASN dispute, the Nats tried to defer compensation, and free agents went elsewhere

Washington's spurned free-agent offers weren't as attractive as the total dollar value might have suggested.

The Nationals prospects rank highly once again, which may mean more than you think.

A statistical analysis of how the new-look Nationals bullpen may differ from last season's ... if at all.

Some Nationals players say they didn't have issues with Papelbon. "Some fans may not forget," a player said.

The former Nationals starter, who spent two seasons in Washington, heads to Houston.

...and is that better for them anyway?

Spring training starts in three weeks and the longtime Nationals shortstop has to sign.

The veteran pitcher working his way back from Tommy John surgery may suddenly have a chance to elbow his way into the Nationals starting rotation.

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