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The Nationals manager knows he wants one person to close, but he does not know who that person is just yet.

Washington's history with closers has been complicated at best. Who find for the ninth in 2017?

The Nats did not fall apart, they rallied. The bullpen did not collapse, it blinked. But they did not win, they lost.

Washington's bullpen continues to rank among the league's best. What exactly does it look like moving forward?

The right-hander got his first career save Wednesday against the Indians.

Did the Nationals consider a fresh arm after Blake Treinen's long outing Tuesday night?

"Just to be here and play in front of a lot of family and friends is pretty exciting," Treinen said.

Treinen made the biggest pitch of the night Tuesday, and his manager believes he is maturing into the late-game reliever the Nationals hope he will be.

The Nationals made their opening day roster official Sunday, and it featured no surprises.

The enigmatic right-hander and a veteran familiar with Baker earned the final spots on the Nationals pitching staff and bench, respectively.

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