Finnegan has spent the last seven seasons in the Oakland Athletics' minor league system. He has yet to appear in a major league game but was a standout closer across Class AA and AAA in 2019.

Kendrick had a career year last season and was the MVP of the NLCS.

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Lerner, the Nationals' managing principal owner, gave a look into the Nationals' thinking in a television interview with NBC Sports Washington.

The oversized trophy is the centerpiece of Wharf Life DC’s Nats-themed entry in Saturday’s Holiday Boat Parade.

  • Perspective

Whether their roster changes are large or small, the world champs can hang on to what made them special.

The World Series documentary premiere was overshadowed by the Nationals' free agency priorities this offseason, including Zimmerman.

Strasburg is beginning to hear free agent pitches from clubs. The Nationals have publicly expressed that they don’t feel a need for an in-person meeting.

Miracle on Seventh Street is open in Shaw through the end of the month.

The Nationals avoided arbitration with Strickland, a right-handed reliever, hours before the deadline.

Difo avoided arbitration, but the utility player is not guaranteed a roster spot in 2020.

  • Analysis

Mike Rizzo overhauled his bullpen at last July’s trade deadline. Will that keep him from being too aggressive with relievers this winter?

Nationals will again have Gomes and Kurt Suzuki as a catching tandem in 2020.

  • Perspective

In winning first World Series since 1924, Washington overcame the odds again and again.

  • Perspective

MLB’s postseason revenues are determined and shared through a complicated process — with final decisions kept private.

Although assistant hitting coach Joe Dillon departed for Philadelphia, Washington is bringing back pitching coach Paul Menhart after he took over in May.

Hitting coach Kevin Long long said his assistant would get this chance, once calling him "the best assistant in baseball."

The results underscore the elation that surrounded the Nationals’ postseason run but also the precipitous fall for the Redskins.

The veteran outfielder, a key piece of the Nationals’ championship run, signed with a Japanese professional team on Wednesday.

  • Perspective

Washington’s charmed “Baby Shark” season is unreplicable, but the window of competitive opportunity remains open.

Kieboom could play second base or be the replacement for Anthony Rendon at third.

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