The Nationals' roster is nearly set. Here are the final battles taking place before opening day.
Several non-roster invitees and prospects have played well in camp, so the Nationals have many options to weigh as others recover from injury.
There are a handful of left-handed hitting non-roster invitees and Stewart hopes he emerges from that bunch.
The 32-year-old utility man liked his time in Washington, and the Nationals were interested in bringing him back.
The Nationals summoned Gulf Coast League prospect John Feliz to throw batting practice to seldom-used reserves.
Nationals' Kevin Frandsen and Danny Espinosa, pressed into more action because of injuries, produced a comeback win on Monday.
The Nationals sent Zach Walters to minor league camp.
The Nationals missed out on the power-hitting right-handed versatile infielder but remain interested in the left-handed reliever.
Mark Reynolds, a possible bench fit for the Nats, will likely sign by the end of the week.
The Nationals have filled several holes on their bench, but some questions still remain.