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Now that last year's starting shortstop is off to Anaheim, the Nationals turn to Trea Turner to take middle-infield responsibilities.

Several changes will directly affect the way the Nationals do business. Some will not.

Limited by the television rights money they do not have, and by the desire to keep their payroll reasonable, the Nationals will not be able to spend freely this offseason -- though they never really have been able to before.

If you're looking for answers, Rizzo did not give many because, as he pointed out, the Nationals' roster allows for a wide range of offseason improvement plans.

More on the troublemaking right shoulder of the reigning MVP.

What does the Nationals' GM think of his team's first half, and what does his team need moving forward?

The Nationals' GM discussed his interaction with umpires at Citi Field following Washington's series-opening loss.

The general manager will remain with the club through the 2018 season.

A grievance filed over offset salaries was settled in the Nationals favor, a person familiar with the situation confirmed.

Amid reports of "informal talks" about an extension, the Nationals General Manager clarifies that the team is not currently progressing toward a deal with Harper.

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