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The former Washington center fielder was back for the first time this weekend.

A year ago, there was much angst about the Nationals' core coming apart. Here's a look at the core pieces gone elsewhere.

Outfielder says Washington and his agent had some dialogue this off-season but there wasn't a high level of interest in returning him to D.C.

As expected, the former Nationals center fielder, coming off an injury-plagued season, agrees to a deal elsewhere.

The Nationals opted not to extend offers to Denard Span or Doug Fister, meaning both can leave as free agents without draft pick compensation.

Tanner Roark had a shortened start in the minors on Monday so that he could potentially start in Strasburg's place on Friday.

Span on his return: "I knew I couldn't give them what I normally could bring to this game and this ballclub."

The Nationals recall Matt den Dekker to fill outfield void

The center fielder is headed to the disabled for the third time this season.

The Nationals outfield is intact again, the lineup is restored for the first time all season.

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