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The Nationals deny a report that money poured into their spring training facility is hindering their ability to sign major league free agents.

Why, after the Nationals traded for Derek Norris, does Wieters's name continue to pop up? And would the Nationals be willing to pay the price for a top free agent like him?

The Nationals deny a report that money poured into their spring training facility is hindering their ability to sign major league free agents.

Is the Nationals' first Hall of Famer on their roster?

Post columnist Thomas Boswell says in his weekly chat that Washington needs to take a chance on a closer and possibly chase a free agent slugger.

Washington has several intriguing options already on their 40-man, any of whom could impact the bullpen in 2017.

Some observations about the Nationals' payroll, which is roughly where it has been for a few years now but could still change before Opening Day.

The Nationals also got a bargain with right-handed starter Tanner Roark's $4.315 million salary.

Washington adds another veteran reliever to its spring training mix.

The Nationals have four players unsigned: One of them is a young outfielder named Bryce Harper.

Harper shows off his custom jacket lining in wedding video.

Roark joins Daniel Murphy and Oliver Perez as Nationals confirmed to be playing in the WBC.

The Nationals will bring back their entire minor league coaching staff from 2016.

What has allowed to help Scherzer stay healthy for so long, and why an injury might help keep him that way.

The Nationals say the ace right-hander will be ready for spring training.

Whether the Nationals are better now than they were at season's end is debatable, but they can still improve without breaking character.

Shoulder inflammation derailed Ross's 2016 season.

P-Nats unveil 15 finalists for their fans' choice bobblehead.

Multiyear deals will keep the broadcast team intact.

On a recent visit, Ballpark of the Palm Beaches looked more like a concrete shell than finished product. But with its first game slated for Feb. 28, and players reporting two weeks prior, the team says it will be ready.

Nats will report slightly earlier than usual because of the World Baseball Classic.

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