Dan Haren agreed to a one-year, $10 million deal to play for the Dodgers, officially ending his time in Washington.
The Nationals did not give a qualifying offer to Dan Haren, and the list of players who did receive one may effect their effort to replace him.
Dan Haren's excellent, season-ending start lifts Davey Johnson to an unusual benchmark.
Dan Haren battled loneliness and the worst performance of his career, but he was proud of how he turned his season around.
At least one team found the Nationals' asking price for Dan Haren prohibitive.
Stephen Strasburg and Manager Davey Johnson could be facing discipline after the Nats starter hit Justin Upton with a pitch, perhaps in retaliation.
The right-hander becomes the third active pitcher to accomplish the feat.
His last two starts were seven innings long and his ERA is down a full run, his best mark since May 30. So what changed?
The Nationals liked what they saw from Dan Haren enough to keep him in the rotation for the foreseeable future.
The right-hander feels better after rest and encouraged after facing hitters.