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What's next for the Nationals bullpen, which imploded in 2015 and may look significantly different in 2016.

All three get positions in the minor leagues, but Knorr is still interested in the Nationals managerial vacancy.

Part one of five, a look back at how each piece of the Nationals roster performed in 2015, and what changes may be on the way.



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No one hit a homer, but ‘Swing for Your Seats’ was a thrill for Nats fans

Hitting a homer at Nats Park is even harder than it looks.

Cal Ripken Jr. says he’d answer the phone if the Nats call

Ripken downplays his lack of managing experience.

The D.C. Sports Bog tries to hit a home run at Nationals park

Scott Allen and Clinton Yates, bloggers for the D.C. Sports Bog, participated in the Nationals' “Swing for Your Seats” promotion, which gave fans the opportunity to win their season seats for free by hitting a home run.

The Nationals have been granted permission to talk to Nevin, who managed the Diamondbacks' Class AAA team for two seasons.

The Nationals owners made a statement Wednesday, their first public take on this year's disappointments.

"I don’t know which direction they wanna go. ... But I think I’m probably the most qualified for it."

Joe Maddon said he believes his bench coach is "definitely ready to manage."

Two names, both with ties to San Diego, have major league managing experience.

Nationals infielder said working his way back from injuries was "brutal," but he won't alter his routine because of them.

Both have enjoyed plenty of success; neither was in a dugout last season.

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