With a new group at its center, the Nationals' defense could feel some growing pains early this season.
The Nationals have new faces in key spots. How might that affect their defense?
The Nationals bring back an old friend to start behind the plate, choosing to bank on a rebound rather than spend for a high-profile option.
Washington signed the veteran backstop to a one-year, $1.575 million contract.
The freshly minted center fielder experienced another new play Tuesday night, one of the tough parts about his crash course in outfielding.
Manager Dusty Baker names a culprit in the Nationals' recent run of mediocre defense.
Revere said the catch was "up there" on his all-time list, but wouldn't call it his best ever.
The center fielder's catch to end the top of the seventh inning preserved a scoreless tie.
The all-star catcher is having a career year just as he's about to enter free agency.
Turner will make his second start of the season for the Nationals.