The Washington Post

Staples of the Nationals bullpen will get a break as reinforcements work into the mix.

The veteran left-hander rejoins the Nationals for a third time, healthy and ready to enjoy his opportunity.

The first wave of September call-ups included two proven veterans hoping to prove they belong.

The former Nationals left-hander is back in the organization and will begin in Triple A.

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

Strasburg is working on his change-up while Heisey is trying to make the team.

The former Nationals reliever, remembered for his pitching during the 2012 playoff run, is back after two more elbow surgeries.

Washington will give two familiar faces a second chance in spring training.

The Nationals did not compete with the Angels' offer to Sean Burnett.

The Angels have agreed to sign former Nationals reliever Sean Burnett pending a physical.

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