Tyler Moore and Craig Stammen present the most interesting decisions ahead of Wednesday's deadline.
One of the more reliable starters in the game and a beloved homegrown National is signing elsewhere, as expected.
"I enjoy coaching, I enjoying teaching, I enjoy talking the game. I enjoy being around it. It’s a great opportunity for me."
Nats will count down the days to their two-day fan festival with giveaways and contests.
Washington could either sit still or blow things up, and either approach would be defensible.
The junior linebacker has used his read-and-react lacrosse skills to record four interceptions in Westfield's last two playoff games.
Nationals Director of Player Development explains why the Nationals added these guys to the 40-man at this point in the offseason.
Henley is the second coach from Matt Williams' staff to return under Dusty Baker.
Zimmerman and other members of the Nationals organization put together holiday meals for those in need Monday afternoon in Northeast D.C.
Papelbon has an interesting wrinkle his trade market.
The Nationals continue to take flyers on veteran players who may be able to help them in spring training.
Zimmerman hopes he can manage his plantar fasciitis next season, and adjust his workouts to help with age.
What Harper had to say in his conference call with reporters after he won the MVP.