The Nationals manager addressed the few unresolved questions of the offseason, such as what will happen at third base and who will platoon at first with Eric Thames.

The free agent first baseman said he's "not worried" about the status of his contract negotiations with the Nationals.

  • Analysis

Donaldson was pursued by the Twins, Nationals and Braves this winter, and the sweepstakes took him to the American League.

Hudson returns to Washington after recording the final out of the World Series in October.

Segura, a 23-year-old pitching prospect, was selected to the New York-Penn League All-Star Game last year.

  • Perspective

The glow of a championship chases the clouds that long had hung over Washington’s baseball team.

Kieboom, 22, can play three infield positions but still must prove himself at spring training.

  • Perspective

The franchise’s original cornerstone still has value to the Nats beyond nostalgia.

The team agreed to terms with the star shortstop, Roenis Elías and Joe Ross, according to people with knowledge of those discussions,.

The two sides struck a deal one year after they couldn't, and it's slightly more than MLBTradeRumors' $3.25 million projection.

The Nationals’ newest addition, expected to platoon at first base, is a bubbly personality expected to fit in well with the clubhouse.

  • Analysis

The Nationals have four arbitration-eligible players (Trea Turner, Michael A. Taylor, Roenis Elías and Joe Ross) to negotiate with before hearings would begin in February.

  • Perspective

Most teams think of modest veterans sharing a position as a compromise, but who’s going to argue with the World Series champs?

  • Analysis

Castro recently signed a two-year, $12 million deal with the Nationals.

Thames gives the Nationals a left-handed-hitting first baseman to platoon and bring off the bench.

Hudson, who recorded the final out of Game 7 of the World Series, is returning on a two-year deal to make the bullpen a strength.

Washington added another infielder Saturday with its third roster move in less than 48 hours.

  • Perspective

In signing reliever Will Harris and chasing third baseman Josh Donaldson, team shows it’s willing to spend on quality — not matter how old it is. And landing Donaldson is the key.

Castro, who agreed to a two-year, $12 million deal (pending a physical), provides versatility to an evolving infield. The 29-year-old hit 22 home runs last season to go with 86 RBI.

Washington's newest reliever discussed bouncing back from allowing Howie Kendrick's Game 7 homer in an introductory conference call Friday.

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